periureteral

periureteral

 [per″ĭ-u-re´ter-al]
around the ureter.

per·i·u·re·ter·al

, periureteric (per'ē-yū-rē'ter-ăl, -yū-rē-ter'ik),
Surrounding one or both ureters.

periureteral

(pĕr″ē-ū-rē′tĕr-ăl) [″ + oureter, ureter]
Around a ureter.

periureteral

around the ureter.
References in periodicals archive ?
Brain injury in a healthy child one year after periureteral injection of Teflon.
1,3,4) Prominent collateral vessels may develop, and the gonadal, ascending lumbar, adrenal, periureteral, and capsular veins are major potential collateral veins that can develop from left renal vein compression or obstruction.
Specimens were obtained from cystoscopic biopsy in 11 cases, transurethral resection of bladder tumor in 4 cases, radical cystectomy or cystoprostatectomy in 6 cases, and periureteral and common iliac lymph node with associated soft tissue resection in 1 case.
13), (15) Diseksiyon sirasinda periureteral dokunun korunmamasi, asiri diseksiyon yapilmasi yaninda alicida ureterovezikal anastomozdaki teknik problemler de bu komplikasyona yol acabilir.
Mechanisms of injury include crushing from a clamp, ligation with a suture, transsection or resection, and ureteral or periureteral scarring.
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) revealed tumour invasion into periureteral tissue.
Ureteral calculi are typically symptomatic, will cause a more abrupt caliber change of the ureter, and may have associated periureteral inflammatory changes (Figure 17).
Gonadal ven, ureter ve periureteral doku bir butun halinde serbestlestirildi ve eleve edildi.
Tumors of the renal pelvis invaded into peripelvic adipose tissue or renal parenchyma in 4 cases and perinephric adipose tissue (pT4) in 1 case; tumors of the ureter invaded into muscularis propria (pT2) in 1 case and periureteral adipose tissue (pT3) in 3 cases; tumors of the ureteropelvic junction invaded into the muscularis propria (pT2) in 1 case and renal parenchyma (pT3) in the other case.
The ureters should be carefully mobilized, and the periureteral soft tissue should be attached to the ureter as much as possible, to preserve the longitudinal vessels providing blood supply.
Intramural hematomas appear as wall thickening with stranding of the periureteral fat (Figure 5).
Bilateral Hutch periureteral diverticulum without reflux in an adult patient.