ureteric orifice

(redirected from ureteral opening)

u·re·ter·ic or·i·fice

[TA]
the opening of the ureter in the bladder, situated one at each lateral angle of the trigone; wide gaping of the ostium usually indicates vesicoureteral reflux.

ureteric orifice

The opening of the ureter into the bladder.
See also: orifice
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No efflux of urine was noted at the right ureteral opening. Urology was consulted for concern for ureteral damage and a right retrograde ureteropyelogram was performed.
However, CT scans sometimes cannot show the ureteral opening into the seminal vesicle.
In the recent patient, during cystoscopy we could see single ureteral opening on the right side and there was no ureteral stone during ureteroscopy.
Quantitative Changes in GFR and Left Renal Length, Width, Depth, Pelvis, Cortex and Left Ureteral Opening During the 20-Day Experimental Period