next to the urinary bladder; called also juxtavesical.
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Efficacy of Tamsulosin in the medical management of juxtavesical ureteral stones.
Several authors have proposed the use of [alpha]-blockers to facilitate lower ureteral stone (juxtavesical tract and ureterovesical junction) passage and expulsion.[sup.1,2] Extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy (ESWL) is accepted as the first-line treatment for patients with ureteral stones; however, this approach does not seem to work efficiently when the stone size increases.
Efficacyoftamsulosin in the medical management of juxtavesical ureteral stones.
(4) Urachal tumours arise in the juxtavesical portion of the urachus and extend inferiorly into the bladder and superiorly towards the umbilicus.
At the ureterovesical junction, 3 ureteral segments are distinguished: the juxtavesical, intramural, and submucosal segments.