bifid ureter

bifid ureter

one in which proximal segments come from two different collecting systems but join to form one ureter before reaching the bladder.
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In our case, the lower blind ending bifid ureter was clearly demonstrated in the 45 minute film and it appears dilated and tortuous likely secondary to uretero-ureteral reflux.
Refers to a duplex kidney with the two separate pelvicalyceal collecting systems uniting at the PUJ or as bifid ureters.
Duplex system is explained as the kidney with two pyelocaliceal systems, which may have either single or bifid ureter (partial duplication) or double ureterdraining separately into the urinary bladder (complete duplication), with a single renal parenchyma that is drained by two pyelocaliceal systems4.
Duplex system can be described as the kidney with two pyelocaliceal systems, with either single ureter or bifid ureter (partial ureteral duplication) or double ureter draining separately into the urinary bladder (complete ureteral duplication).
Table 1: Indications for D J Stenting INDICATION FOR DJ STENTING NUMBER OF PATIENTS (n = 90) Ureteric Calculus 38 PUJ Obstruction 20 Hydronephrosis 25 Nephrolithiasis 4 Bifid Ureter 1 Ureteric Stricture 2 Table 2: Complications COMPLICATION NUMBER OF PATIENT (n = 90) Frequency 33 Dysuria 32 Hematuria 15 Migration 7 Urinary tract infection 20 Encrustration 3 Fracture 0 Erosion of Ureter 0 Trigonal Oedema 15
Supernumerary kidneys on the left showed a bifid ureter.
When present caudally a bifid ureter is the most commonly seen presentation.
Angulo CJ, Unda UM, Florescorral N; Blind ending bifid ureter associated with adult congenital hydronephrosis, Archives Esp Urology 1991; 44:869-71