bilateral obstructive uropathy

bilateral obstructive uropathy

(1) Acute bilateral obstructive uropathy.
(2) Chronic bilateral obstructive uropathy.

bilateral obstructive uropathy

 Damage to both kidneys caused by obstruction of urine flow, which may lead to HTN and/or renal failure
References in periodicals archive ?
Reig RC, Vila BJ, Ahmad WA, et al: Infrequent cause of bilateral obstructive uropathy.
Back pain with no specific radiation pattern is common, and bilateral obstructive uropathy, potentially reversible, is frequently associated with RPF.
Idiopathic RPF is an unusual cause of bilateral obstructive uropathy [3,4] Ormond [5] described and named the first case of RPF producing obstruction of the urinary tract and causing renal failure.
The aim of this study was to evaluate the potential value of fetal urine cystatin C in predicting postnatal serum creatinine at 1 year in children with a prenatal diagnosis of bilateral obstructive uropathy.

Full browser ?