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Vesicoureteral Reflux Left partial duplex renal collecting system with low bifid ureter.

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Affiliation: Tripler Army Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Vesicoureteral Reflux Left partial duplex renal collecting system with low bifid ureter.

History: 7 y/o girl with resolving E. coli urosepsis. The renal ultrasound was normal.

Findings: There is right grade II-III reflux (forniceal blunting with partial effacement of the papillary impression) with a normal axis of the collecting system. The ureteral insertion was normal. There is left grade II reflux (normal calyceal architecture with a normal papillary impression) into a low bifid ureter with symetric filling of both the upper and lower pole moieties of a duplex kidney. The common distal ureter insertion is normally positioned. There is no ureterocele in the bladder.

Ddx: None.

Exam: Urine culture grew E. coli.

No MeSH data available.


Bilateral vesicoureteral reflux with partial duplication of left collecting system.
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Vesicoureteral Reflux Left partial duplex renal collecting system with low bifid ureter.

Carr HJC - MedPix

Bilateral vesicoureteral reflux with partial duplication of left collecting system.
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MPX1158_synpic5952: Bilateral vesicoureteral reflux with partial duplication of left collecting system.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Tripler Army Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Vesicoureteral Reflux Left partial duplex renal collecting system with low bifid ureter.

History: 7 y/o girl with resolving E. coli urosepsis. The renal ultrasound was normal.

Findings: There is right grade II-III reflux (forniceal blunting with partial effacement of the papillary impression) with a normal axis of the collecting system. The ureteral insertion was normal. There is left grade II reflux (normal calyceal architecture with a normal papillary impression) into a low bifid ureter with symetric filling of both the upper and lower pole moieties of a duplex kidney. The common distal ureter insertion is normally positioned. There is no ureterocele in the bladder.

Ddx: None.

Exam: Urine culture grew E. coli.

No MeSH data available.