primary megaureter

pri·mar·y meg·a·u·re·ter

independent ureteral dilation; may be nonobstructive or related to congenital distal ureteral obstruction.
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transient) isolated HN (so-called "ureteropelvic junction obstruction [UPJO]-like") and vesicoureteral reflux (VUR) are the most frequent etiologies of prenatal HN, followed by non-refluxing primary megaureter.
Delakas and colleagues described an adult patient with primary megaureter who developed a 12-cm urinary calcification within the dilated portion of the ureter.
Giant ureteral stone in association with primary megaureter presenting as an acute abdomen.
Primary megaureter detected by prenatal ultrasonography: conservative management and prolongad follow-up.
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