ureteral orifice


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orifice

 [or´ĭ-fis]
1. the entrance or outlet of any body cavity.
2. any opening or meatus. adj., adj orific´ial.
aortic orifice the opening of the left ventricle into the aorta; called also aortic opening.
external urethral orifice urinary meatus.
internal urethral orifice the opening from the urinary bladder into the urethra at one corner of the trigone of the bladder.
left atrioventricular orifice (mitral orifice) the opening between the left atrium and ventricle of the heart.
pulmonary orifice (orifice of pulmonary trunk) the opening between the pulmonary trunk and the right ventricle of the heart; called also opening of pulmonary trunk.
right atrioventricular orifice (tricuspid orifice) the opening between the right atrium and ventricle of the heart.
ureteral orifice the opening of a ureter into the urinary bladder at one corner of the trigone of the bladder. Called also ureteral meatus.

ureteral orifice

the opening of a ureter into the urinary bladder at one corner of the trigone of the bladder. Also called ureteral meatus.
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The common denominator in all reports of delayed obstruction is a marked FBR at the obstructed ureteral orifice and all cases were corrected by surgery.
Amorphic hyperdense lesion at the left ureteral orifice.
6 mg with interferon alpha 2b (IFN, 50 million units), while the indwelling ureteral stent was left in place to keep the ureteral orifice open.
11] We did not proceed in the same way to avoid putative removal of the insertion or early/late stenosis of the ureteral orifice in a patient with a neurogenic bladder and a hypertrophied detrusor with previous surgery for bladder diverticules.
The ureteral orifices could not be identified even with the use of indigo carmine.
If such an injury occurs during abdominal hysterectomy, raise the bladder wall under direct vision away from its attachment to the vagina and cervix before starting a repair to inspect the ureteral orifices through the cystotomy that has been created.
The bladder was visualized in the transverse plane to evaluate both ureteral orifices at the trigonal level simultaneously.
The right and left ureteral orifices were catheterized with a 5-Fr open-end ureteral catheter.
The renal calyces, renal pelvis, UPJ, ureters (proximal to distal), ureteral orifices, fundus and corpus of the bladder in porcines were evaluated by Metzger and colleagues.
5 cm and 3 cm from each of the inner ureteral orifices and 4 cm from the ileocecal valve.