ectopic ureterocele

ectopic ureterocele

a ureterocele extending distal to the bladder neck.

ec·top·ic ur·e·ter·o·cele

(ek-top'ik yūr-ē'tĕr-ō-sēl)
A ureterocele extending distal to the bladder neck.
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Effectiveness of primary endoscopic incision in treatment of ectopic ureterocele associated with duplex system.
Classic ectopic ureteroceles in children are associated with duplex renal collecting systems.
Therefore, differential diagnosis of paraurethral tumor-like lesions should take into consideration numerous cystic and solid structures, such as: urethral diverticula, ectopic ureterocele prolapse, leiomyomas, squamous cell carcinomas, neurofibromas, etc.
Often, the ureter draining the upper pole moiety of a duplicated system drains into an ectopic ureterocele located inferomedial to the insertion of the lower pole ureter.
Treatment for an ectopic ureterocele usually involves an upper pole nephrectomy and partial ureterectomy.
The most common congenital anomalies in the upper urinary tract that can cause urinary incontinence in females are ectopic ureters and ectopic ureteroceles, Dr.
This finding was thought to represent an ectopic ureterocele.
Prolapse of ectopic ureterocele and bladder trigone.
Differential diagnosis: mullerian duct cyst, ejaculatory duct cyst, diverticulosis of the vas deferens, ectopic ureterocele and abscess.
Other possibilities include prostatic cysts and, more lateral in location, diverticulosis of the vas deferens, ectopic ureterocele and abscess.
15] The initial endoscopic treatment of orthotopic ureteroceles was more successful than the treatment of ectopic ureteroceles, as it produced a better decompression of the ureter.