pyonephrosis


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pyonephrosis

 [pi″o-nĕ-fro´sis]
suppurative destruction of the renal parenchyma, often with kidney failure; called also nephropyosis.
calculous pyonephrosis pus and calculi in the kidney.

py·o·ne·phro·sis

(pī'ō-ne-frō'sis),
Distention of the pelvis and calices of the kidney with pus, usually associated with obstruction.
Synonym(s): nephropyosis
[pyo- + G. nephros, kidney, + -osis, condition]

pyonephrosis

/pyo·neph·ro·sis/ (-nĕ-fro´sis) suppurative destruction of the renal parenchyma, with total or almost complete loss of kidney function.

py·o·ne·phro·sis

(pī'ō-nĕ-frō'sis)
Distention of the pelvis and calyces of the kidney with pus, usually associated with obstruction.
Synonym(s): nephropyosis.
[pyo- + G. nephros, kidney, + -osis, condition]

pyonephrosis

suppurative destruction of the renal parenchyma, with total or almost complete loss of kidney function.
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However, renal obstruction can result in pyelonephritis or pyonephrosis and premature labor.
This is a different entity from pyonephrosis and xantho granulomatous pyelonephritis (XGP).
Large, impacted upper ureteral stones may result in hydronephrosis and life-threatening conditions, including pyonephrosis and end-stage renal failure in the long term.
Secondary infection or pyonephrosis should be suspected when complex-appearing urine is detected in a dilated collecting system (Figure 11).
Also detected was debris material in the pelvicaliceal system of kidney, compatible with pyonephrosis and a mass lesion in the kidney consisting of cystic regions.
The etiology of fistulas can be either renal tuberculosis or calculous pyonephrosis.
During the operation, once the ureteral catheter reached beyond the stone, the purulent urine flowed downward and we found pyonephrosis, we usually removed ureteroscope and left the ureteral catheter drainage for several days until the inflammation was controlled; in these cases, we re-operated.