peripelvic cyst

peripelvic cyst

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Different case groups according to distinct pathology types Groups n Ureteropelvic junction stenosis 8 Peripelvic cyst 5 Ureterolitiazis 11 Sequela of caliectasis (history of calculus, vesico ureteral 7 reflux, operation) History of nephrolithotomy 5 History of ureterolithotomy 3 History of nephrolithotripsy History of ureterolithotripsy 3 Prominent extrarenal pelvis variation 5 Hydronephrosis with pregnancy 2
21), (22) Conspicuous uncomplicated or asymptomatic urinary pathologies, such as mild dilation or mild stasis due to conditions such as a peripelvic cyst, persistent caliectasis, or prominent extrarenal pelvis, should be able to be evaluated using methods other than those involving contrast enhancement or radiation exposure, especially in young patients who are the most sensitive to the hazards of radiation or anaphylaxis.