Ureterocele Associated with Renal Agenesia Presented as a Pelvic Mass in an Adult

AuthorMohammad Ghasem Mohseni
AuthorSeyed Reza Hosseini
AuthorAlborz Salavati
AuthorShahrzad Dadgari
Issued Date2013-01-01
AbstractAdult ureteroceles are generally known as simple ureteroceles with minimal obstructive effects 1 that can usually be managed endoscopically. Such pathology presented with acute abdominal pain and fever in a 32-year-old man with left renal agenesia, a cranial blind left ureter and left obstructed ureterocele. The retained secretions were suppurative.
DOIhttps://doi.org/10.5812/iranjradiol.10262
KeywordPelvic Region
KeywordRenal Agenesis
KeywordUreterocele
PublisherBrieflands
TitleUreterocele Associated with Renal Agenesia Presented as a Pelvic Mass in an Adult
TypeCase Report
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