ureterohydronephrosis

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u·re·ter·o·hy·dro·ne·phro·sis

n. ureterohidronefrosis, distensión del uréter y del riñón debida a una obstrucción.
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Increased intravesical pressure may cause hydroureteronephrosis or severe trabeculation of the bladder wall (3).
One patient was excluded from the study as he developed bilateral hydroureteronephrosis with obstructive uropathy with chronic renal failure due to the progression of the disease.
Risks associated with formalin instillation, such as hydroureteronephrosis, acute renal injury, reduced bladder capacity, and urinary tract fistulae, have been described.
The inferior pole of both the kidneys were medially rotated and fused in the midline anterior to the aorta and inferior vena cava (IVC), with no evidence of hydroureteronephrosis and renal calculi (Figure 1).
Hydroureteronephrosis was seen in other cases too [1, 5].
Renal transplant hydroureteronephrosis has many etiologies, including ureteral obstruction, reflux, infection, and rejection.
Computed tomography (CT) scan after contrast infusion showed right hydroureteronephrosis, with the classical "reverse J" or "fishhook" deformity suggesting the presence of a retrocaval ureter (Figure 1) [3].
Computed tomography (CT) of the abdomen and pelvis showed a 3-mm calculus in the left ureterovesical junction (UVJ) with mild hydroureteronephrosis with fluid collection in the perinephric space, and extravasation of the contrast medium at the ureteropelvic junction (UPJ) level, as observed on the delayed film [Figure 1].
8) The presentations of maternal oligohydramnios and fetal hydronephrosis or hydroureteronephrosis are also reported.
A two-year-old male patient being followed up at the paediatric nephrology department was referred to our clinic with recurrent urinary infection bilateral hydroureteronephrosis and globus vesicalis.
A renal ultrasound revealed severe bilateral hydronephrosis with hydroureteronephrosis caused by obstructive uropathy.
6) Dilatation of the renal pelvis and calyces, when combined with dilatation of the ureters known as hydroureteronephrosis.