B: Lateral view of the heavily T2 weighted image demonstrates dilated portion of the right hydroureter
tracking to the inferior margin of the bladder (arrow).
An abdominal ultrasonographic study revealed complete resolution of the hepatobiliary abnormalities, the hydronephrosis, and the hydroureter
on both sides.
Ultrasound scanning demonstrated left hydronephrosis, hydroureter
of the proximal-middle portion and obstruction of the lower ureter.
High tissue contrast yields robust MPR, MIP and VR reconstructions, such that renal hypoplasia, agenesis, duplication and urinary tract obstructions with hydroureter
, hydronephrosis, or both, can all be assessed in 3-dimensional sequences.
Findings include hydronephrosis and hydroureter
secondary to ureteral strictures.
On CT scan, features, such as hydronephrosis, hydroureter
and renal cortical thinning, are often present.
Left ureteric ultrasound showing hydroureter
down to ureterovesicle junction with no evidence of a ureteric jet.
A computed tomography (CT) scan and renal ultrasound revealed severe left hydronephrosis and hydroureter
without suspicious mass or renal calculi.
This scan revealed marked hydronephrosis and hydroureter
A) bilateral hydronephrosis; (B) hydroureter
and dilated posterior urethra ending abruptly; (C) bladder distention; (D) bladder and posterior urethral dilatation (arrow).