Ureteroneocystostomy herniation leading to obstructive uropathy 10 years postrenal transplant: A rare case report
Shailesh Chandra Sahay, Dilip Bhalla, Pawan Kesarwani, Madan SethiUrology Annals 2020 12(1):90-91 Herniation of the urinary bladder is observed in around 1%–4% of cases. Bladder herniation rarely presents with obstructive uropathy; however, bladder herniation carrying ureteroneocystostomy and leading to obstructive uropathy of the graft is even rare. Here, we present a case of a 36-year-old male with deranged renal function test who had undergone renal transplant 10 years back. Computed tomography scan revealed bladder herniation with ureteroneocystostomy and hydronephrosis. He was surgically explored by Gibson incision and ureterolysis, and hernioplasty was performed. Although the cause of herniation was ureteroneocystostomy, it was managed immediately without any need for percutaneous nephrostomy.
ConclusionThe genitourinary risks potentially associated with aniridia necessitate prompt genetic analysis to evaluate for WAGR syndrome.
CONCLUSION: This study identified the expression of PDGFRα+ cells in the human UPJ. Our results demonstrate the expression of SK3 channels in PDGFRα+ cells was decreased in UPJO, and SK3 channels may be involved in the pathogenesis of UPJO by perturbing the UPJ peristalsis. . PMID: 32049626 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
Ureteropelvic junction obstruction (UPJO) is one of the most common causes of hydronephrosis in pediatric populations. Many need surgical intervention. The aim of surgery is preserving renal function and reducing symptoms such as urinary tract infections and pain.
Abstract A primary, congenital megaureter means a dilatation of the ureter with a ureteric diameter ≥7 mm due to a structural or functional obstruction of the ureterovesical junction and represents the second most likely cause of neonatal hydronephrosis. Conservative management is the primary treatment option for many patients due to a high spontaneous remission rate of up to 85%. Concerning diagnostic management, meticulous and repeat postnatal evaluation by ultrasound is mandatory to identify patients who are at risk of renal deterioration. Routine voiding cystourethrography or cont...
Rationale: Primary retroperitoneal germ cell tumors are uncommon and especially rare in female patients. However, this type should be included in the differential diagnosis of retroperitoneal tumors that may metastasize from the gonads and be a primary tumor. Patient concerns: An abdominal mass was detected in a 38-year-old woman during physical examination, which was accompanied by left renal obstructive hydrops. She was admitted to our institution for further investigation. The patient had no obvious clinical symptoms, and the levels of serum tumor markers did not signifificantly increase. Abdominal noncontrast enha...
Conditions: Ureter Stricture; Hydronephrosis Intervention: Sponsor: En Chu Kong Hospital Recruiting
Authors: Kaya C, Kaynak Y, Karabag A, Aykaç A Abstract BACKGROUND: Our aim was to detect the role of radiological abdominal fat parameters by tomography and stone density by plain X-ray on extracorporeal Shock Wave Lithotripsy (SWL) stone-free rate. METHODS: The patients who had undergone SWL for a single opaque renal stone
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Conclusion: Reused catheters were colonized in 57% of the study patients, but reused catheter may not be the cause of culture positivity or UTI in the study population.
ConclusionTo the best of our knowledge this is the first report of a de novo interstitial deletion at 2q21.1 –q23.3 in which haploinsufficiency of dose‐sensitive genes is shown to contribute to the patient's phenotype.