pelvicaliceal

pelvicaliceal

 [pel″ve-kal″ĭ-se´al]
pertaining to the renal pelvis and calices.

pelvicaliceal

/pel·vi·cal·i·ce·al/ (pel″vĭ-kal″ĭ-se´il) pertaining to the renal pelves and calices.

pelvicaliceal, pelvicalyceal

pertaining to the renal pelves and calices.
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The operative time was calculated as the time from the puncture of the pelvicaliceal system to the final placement of a nephrostomy tube.
Fetal Renal Anamolies: Cases with fetal renal anomalies like pelvicaliceal dilatation, polycystic kidney disease, kidney length more than 7 cm, more than 2 cysts were excluded from the study.
9 There has been a recent interest in many centers to use ultrasound as an alternative for fluoroscopy to puncture the pelvicaliceal system during PCNL and locate the residual fragments during the procedure.
The marked pelvicaliceal dilatation and hydronephrosis in the obstructed kidney (so-called pale kidney) and also precise location of the obstructed/injured segment were observed via the standard intravenous pyelography facilitated by contrast agents (Figure 1).
Conclusion: Percutaneous drainage for pyonephrosis is an effective diagnostic and therapeutic method, decompressing the obstructed and infected pelvicaliceal system and rapidly stabilizes the patient's clinical condition and makes him fit for def initive treatment.
They can be seen in the renal pelvicaliceal system, bladder, or urethra.
The ultrasonographic examination showed the left kidney atrophic filled the pelvicaliceal stones and right kidney is as seen as hypertrophic with pelvicaliceal ectasia and milimetric stones.
2-4) Only a few cases of perirenal and pelvicaliceal EMH have been reported in the literature.
1,2) When pelvicaliceal system distention is detected, it often leads to further investigation, including diuretic renography.
It can be applied in the absence of a significant residual stone, pelvicaliceal system perforation, and significant bleeding.