vesicoureteric

vesicoureteric

/ves·i·co·ure·ter·ic/ (-u-re´ter-ik) ureterovesical.

vesicoureteral, vesicoureteric

pertaining to the bladder and ureter.

vesicoureteral valve
in the wall of the bladder where the ureter enters; prevents reflux of the urine from bladder to ureter.
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Ten children, many with augmentation cystoplasties or vesicoureteric reflux, which potentially could have increased absorption over a native bladder, had serum gentamicin levels drawn 30 minutes after instillation and none had measurable levels or changes in creatinine during the study.
However, various complications may occur with short- or long-term use of indwelling stents, which vary from minor side effects such as flank and suprapubic pain, haematuria, dysuria, and frequency, to major complications such as vesicoureteric reflux, stent migration, encrustation, stent fracture, and urinary infection.
Embryology and anatomy of the vesicoureteric junction with special reference to the etiology of vesicoureteral reflux.
Structural changes, such as cystic kidneys, renal dysplasia, and vesicoureteric reflux can either be bilateral or unilateral.
Diversion procedure was needed due to grade 5 vesicoureteric reflux and no improvement in renal function after catheterization and treatment with the antibiotics.
The ranges in other pathologies were: extra-renal pelvis (18-28mm), vesicoureteric reflux (5.
Over a 19-year period at Chris Hani Baragwanath Academic Hospital, Johannesburg, SA, only 21 of 2 159 cases (<1%) of documented urinary tract infections (UTIs) had primary vesicoureteric reflux (Kala--personal communication).
3%), grade 1-3 vesicoureteric reflux (VUR) was identified but it spontaneously improved, without the need for treatment.
In literature review it is well documented that duplex system is associated with complications such as hydronephrosis, calculi formation, ureterocele, vesicoureteric reflux and recurrent infection.
When he was aged 4 years, he underwent bilateral reimplantation of ureters for recurrent urinary tract infections and vesicoureteric reflux.
Medical versus surgical treatment in children with severe bilateral vesicoureteric reflux and bilateral nephropathy a randomised trial.