ureterocele

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ureterocele

 [u-re´ter-o-sēl″]
ballooning of the lower end of the ureter into the bladder.

u·re·ter·o·cele

(yū-rē'tĕr-ō-sēl'), [MIM*191650]
Saccular dilation of the terminal portion of the ureter that protrudes into the lumen of the urinary bladder, probably due to a congenital stenosis of the ureteric orifice meatus.
[uretero- + G. kēlē, hernia]

ureterocele

Urology A congenital disorder in which a ureter develops an outpouching as it enters the bladder
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The differential diagnosis of ANH, in order of likelihood, includes transient primary hydronephrosis, uretero-pelvic junction obstruction (UPJO), vesicoureteric reflux (VUR), uretero-vesical junction obstruction (UVJO) or primary non-obstructive megaureter, ureterocele, ectopic ureter and causes of megacystis.
A ureterocele is a submucosal part dilatation of the ureter in the intramural area.
Ultrasonic diagnosis of obstructed renal duplication and ureterocele. South Med J 1980;73(8):1016-9.
Srivastava, "Management of complicated ureteroceles: different modalities of treatment and long-term outcome," Journal of Indian Association of Pediatric Surgeons, vol.
Another 75 patients of the entire 907 subjects who were tracked had other conditions (ureterocele: eight cases; stones: seven cases; cystic dysplasia: 43 cases; megaureter: 15 cases; and Wilms' tumor: two cases) that did not progress to CKD.
A parede da estrutura cistica era constituida por feixes de musculo liso em meio a tecido conjuntivo estromal revestido internamente por epitelio cuboide, sugerindo diagnostico de ureterocele topica.
Girls with ureteroceles may present with febrile urinary tract infections, abdominal masses, or perineal masses, and they may report straining upon urination.
After posterior urethral valves, ureteropelvic junction (UPJ) obstruction accounted for 3.6%, obstructive megaureter 3.5%, some form of urethral hypoplasia/atresia 2.3%, ureterocele 1.7%, and other complex uropathies accounted for 5.9%.
The holmium laser has also been used to incise ureteroceles. The incidence of ureterocele is as high as 1 in 500 (Coplan & Duckett, 1995).
Although specific and definitive management for ureteroceles differ in some individuals, the goals of treatment are the same: preservation of renal function; prevention of infection, obstruction and reflux; and maintenance of urinary continence.
Examples include ureterocele, bladder stones not visualized on the preliminary image, or urothelial mass.