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BNO-IVP radiographs using X-rays can clearly identify the location of the uterine myoma. BNO-IVP radiographic examination with suspected uterine myoma aims to obtain an optimal picture, from the Antero-posterior (AP) projection. With the stages of filling contrast media after injection, namely: Antero-posterior 5 minutes post injection, Antero-posterior 15 minutes post injection, Antero-posterior 45 minutes post injection and Antero-posterior post voiding. This study used a descriptive type and the time of the study was conducted on 27 July 2016 at the radiology hospital. H. Adam Malik Medan by using the General X-ray Unit Aircraft. Data collected through interviews, consultation and observation. Then the data collected is processed, and linked to the hypothesis. The results obtained by radiographic examination of BNO-IVP with suspected uterine myoma with a suspected mass in the DD minor pelvic cavity / uterine mass. The secretory and excretory functions of both kidneys are good. There were no signs of hydronephrosis. To find out any abnormalities and pathology in the BNO-IVP examination, antero posterior projection can be done.