ureterohydronephrosis

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u·re·ter·o·hy·dro·ne·phro·sis

(yū-rē'tĕr-ō-hī'drō-ne-frō'sis),
Hydronephrosis also involving the ureters.
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ureterohydronephrosis

(ū-rē″tĕr-ō-hī″drō-nĕ-frō′sĭs) [″ + hydor, water, + nephros, kidney, + osis, condition]
Dilatation of the ureter and the pelvis of the kidney resulting from a mechanical or inflammatory obstruction in the urinary tract.
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Noncontrast-enhanced CT demonstrated moderate left hydroureteronephrosis and left ureter coursing laterally into the sciatic notch ventral to neurovascular structures with an abrupt change in caliber suggesting impingement (Figures 1).
Acute anuria and bilateral hydroureteronephrosis were observed in the presented case.
Left retrograde pyelogram revealed "massive hydroureteronephrosis ...
Urinary tract abnormalities (neurogenic bladder, hydroureteronephrosis, and recurrent infections) are common findings (58%) in WS, with a median age of onset of 20 years (range 10-44 years).
A renal ultrasound revealed bilateral enlargement of kidneys, left hydronephrosis with a duplicated collecting system, and obstruction of the upper pole moiety by ureterocele, causing moderate hydroureteronephrosis. A vesicocystourethrogram was negative for reflux.
With fluid management alone these children can develop nonobstructive hydroureteronephrosis, bladder wall thickening and trabeculations, overflow incontinence, and impaired renal function requiring a drainage procedure [10].
Hydroureteronephrosis was seen in other cases too [1, 5].
Renal transplant hydroureteronephrosis has many etiologies, including ureteral obstruction, reflux, infection, and rejection.
Computed tomography (CT) of the abdomen and pelvis showed a 3-mm calculus in the left ureterovesical junction (UVJ) with mild hydroureteronephrosis with fluid collection in the perinephric space, and extravasation of the contrast medium at the ureteropelvic junction (UPJ) level, as observed on the delayed film [Figure 1].
(8) The presentations of maternal oligohydramnios and fetal hydronephrosis or hydroureteronephrosis are also reported.
A two-year-old male patient being followed up at the paediatric nephrology department was referred to our clinic with recurrent urinary infection bilateral hydroureteronephrosis and globus vesicalis.
A renal ultrasound revealed severe bilateral hydronephrosis with hydroureteronephrosis caused by obstructive uropathy.