pyourachus

py·o·u·ra·chus

(pī'ō-yū'ră-kŭs),
A purulent accumulation in the urachus.
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py·o·u·ra·chus

(pī'ō-yŭr'ă-kŭs)
A purulent accumulation in the urachus.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

pyourachus

(pī″ō-ū′ră-kŭs) [″ + ourachos, fetal urinary canal]
Accumulation of pus in the urachus.
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Following gross infection, the cyst often expands forming a Pyourachus which can then establish communication with the umbilicus, bladder, bowel or even rupture intraperitoneally.
Abdominal tomography can accurately detect the pyourachus which shows imaging of a mass located deep to the rectus abdominis between the bladder and the umbilicus with a conical shape, peripheral inflammatory changes in the surrounding tissues, and intraperitoneal fluid (9).