periureteral

periureteral

 [per″ĭ-u-re´ter-al]
around the ureter.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

per·i·u·re·ter·al

, periureteric (per'ē-yū-rē'ter-ăl, -yū-rē-ter'ik),
Surrounding one or both ureters.
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periureteral

(pĕr″ē-ū-rē′tĕr-ăl) [″ + oureter, ureter]
Around a ureter.
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A, Infiltrative tumor cells present in the periureteral soft tissue may closely mimic an inflammatory process, particularly on frozen sections.
The remaining distal portion is secured in the balloon or basket and traction is applied to the catheter to draw it into the bladder while stripping the ureter from the periureteral tissue, followed by resection of the orifice.
Two-dimensional endoluminal sonography of the ureter may demonstrate the periureteral anatomy, as well as define lesions within the ureteral wall [112].
Deposits were noted in resected bladder tissues, including the left ureteral orifice, without any involvement of the periureteral tissues.
One 5-0 vicryl suture was placed in a mattress fashion exactly near the orifice at the medial wall of each ureter to fix ureteral orifices in the midline, encompassing the periureteral sheath and muscle.
The rare intrinsic ureteral involvement occurs when ectopic endometriosis tissue is present in the mucosal or muscular layer of ureters, from deep infiltrating periureteral lesion or, hypothetically, from lymphatic or venous metastases (1, 3).
However, periureteral inflammatory reaction, edema [8], and ureteral smooth muscle dysfunction by external compression or malignancy [16, 17] may cause impairment of ureteral peristalsis.
It is acknowledged that the transplant ureter is highly susceptible for damage due to reduced blood supply, because after explantation from donor, the only source of blood is from the renal pelvic vessels, which run in the periureteral adventitia.
Stenosed segment was incised posterior-laterally until periureteral and peripelvic fat was visualized.
Periureteral extension of the inflammatory disease that has affected the aorta and mere coincidence (the coexistence of idiopathic retroperitoneal fibrosis and an abdominal aneurysm) are the 2 main pathophysiologic mechanisms that have been proposed.
Non-enhanced CT of abdomen revealed a left lower ureter with 2.8 cm in diameter containing multiple stones causing dilatation of the ureter proximally with periureteral fat stranding.