urachal

u·ra·chal

(yūr'ă-kăl),
Relating to the urachus.

u·ra·chal

(yūr'ă-kăl)
Relating to the urachus.

urachal

(ū′ră-kăl) [Gr. ourachos, fetal urinary canal]
Rel. to the urachus.

urachal

pertaining to urachus.

urachal abscess
a mass palpable in the abdomen dorsal to the umbilicus to which it is usually connected by a fistula that drips pus continually.
urachal cyst
symptomless fluid-filled cavities in the urachal ligament.
urachal diverticulum
visible with contrast radiography as an extension of the bladder at the vertex. See also vesicourachal diverticulum.
urachal inflammation
usually results from an extensive infection of the umbilicus. The urachus may or may not be pervious. Cystitis or urachal abscess may follow.
persistent urachal ligament
maintains tension on the bladder leading to incomplete filling and emptying. The elongated bladder with a pointed vertex is readily visible radiologically.
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However causes of delayed separation of cord such as urachal anomalies, antibiotic administration, prematurity and low birth weight must be excluded.
Between July 22, 2015 and December 31, 2016, 48 patients were accrued with previously treated metastatic urothelial carcinoma (mUC, n=19), urachal adenocarcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma of the bladder or urethra, germ cell tumor, castration-resistant prostate cancer, renal cell carcinoma, trophoblastic tumor, sertoli cell tumor or penile squamous cell carcinoma and treated in two parts.
The most likely possible differential diagnoses were: urachal cyst, degenerated pedunculated subserous fibroid, peritoneal inclusion cyst, and ovarian dermoid cyst.
Urachal malignancies are rare and represents less than 1% of all bladder neoplasms.
The differential diagnosis to be considered on imaging appearance include bladder diverticulum, urachal cyst, Mullerian duct cyst, or a Seminal vesicle cyst.
Urachal mucinous cystic tumours are a rare finding of excised urachal masses.
It was decided that the urachal mass be removed at the time the hydrocele was addressed.
The full differential diagnosis of nongynecologic pelvic masses is extensive and includes mesenteric duplication cysts, presacral masses, pelvic kidney, peritoneal inclusion cysts, and urachal cysts (TABLE, page 22).
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Persistent Urachal Sinus in Calf (Bos indicus): Diagnosis and Surgical Treatment
According to this study the urachal remnant alone was found in 15 calves umbilical artery remnant alone in one calf and the umbilical vein remnant alone in 4 calves.
Imaging findings of urachal mucinous cystadenocarcinoma associated with pseudomyxoma peritonei.