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Related to ureteral duplication: ureterocele, duplex kidney

u·re·ter·al

(yū-rē'tĕr-ăl),
Relating to the ureter.
Synonym(s): ureteric
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In the risk estimation tests, Urinoma and ureteral duplication were the only variables associated with an increased risk of ureteral stenosis (Table 4).
The factors that we found for an increased risk of US were perioperative urinoma (OR 3.2, CI95% 2.36-4.37) and ureteral duplication (UD) (OR 3.29 CI95% 2.40-4.51).
(24) A higher technical difficulty performing the UV anastomosis may explain the association between ureteral duplication and US.
Ipsilateral ureteroureterostomy in the surgical management of the severely dilated ureter in ureteral duplication. J.
Single-stage surgical approach in complicated paediatric ureteral duplication: surgical and functional outcome.
Ipsilateral ureteroureterostomy for the treatment of vesicoureteral reflux or obstruction associated with complete ureteral duplication. J.
Preoperatively, we considered a diagnosis of bilateral incomplete ureteral duplication according to CT findings.
(1-3) Besides, complete ureteral duplication with two separate openings in the urinary bladder is extremely rare.
After the transurethral resection, image of right complete ureteral duplication with ureterocele formation.
Duplex system can be described as the kidney with two pyelocaliceal systems, with either single ureter or bifid ureter (partial ureteral duplication) or double ureter draining separately into the urinary bladder (complete ureteral duplication).[sup.1,2] The incidence of duplex renal collecting system and ureter ranges from 0.5 to 3.0%.[sup.3,4] Complete ureteral duplication is more rarely seen compared to single ureter or partial duplication.
To the best of our knowledge, this the first case report of a patient with unilateral complete ureteral duplication and ureteral stone without coexisting complications, including collecting system obstruction, VUR and/or ureterocele.
Throughout the embryonic development, 2 ureteral buds rarely develop separately from a single mesonephric duct, giving rise to a duplex kidney with ureteral duplication.[sup.2,5] Unilateral complete ureteral duplication with a single renal parenchyma drained by 2 pyelocaliceal systems is even more rare.[sup.2] Urinary stone formation is a possible comorbidity which can be observed in patients with duplex system.[sup.2,5] Few reports include patients with duplex systems and urinary stones with coexisting ureterocele and/or collecting system obstruction.[sup.2,3,5] To the best of our knowledge, this is the first case with unilateral complete ureteral duplication and ureteral stone without coexisting comorbidities including VUR, ureterocele and obstructive uropathy.