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Idiopathic vesicoureteral reflux Grade 2/3 reflux on the right and grade 1 on the left (see factoid).

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Affiliation: Madigan Army Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Idiopathic vesicoureteral reflux Grade 2/3 reflux on the right and grade 1 on the left (see factoid).

History: Eight year old female with history of multiple urinary tract infections and one documented incident of pyelonephritis.

Findings: The bladder demonstrates normal contour on early and late filling phases. The bladder capacity is normal. However, on voiding images, reflux of contrast is seen to enter the right ureter and pelvicaliceal system with mild dilation of the calices. No dilation of the fornices is demonstrated. Mild reflux into the distal left ureter is also seen.

Ddx: Vesicoureteral reflux -Abnormal anatomy of distal ureters -Abnormal detrusor muscle function -Neurogenic Bladder (spinal bifida) -posterior urethral valve (in boys) -Idiopathic reflux

Dxhow: voiding cystourethrogram VCUG)

Exam: Not provided by author

No MeSH data available.


Frontal fluoroscopic view of bladder in voiding phase
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Idiopathic vesicoureteral reflux Grade 2/3 reflux on the right and grade 1 on the left (see factoid).

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Frontal fluoroscopic view of bladder in voiding phase
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MPX1421_synpic23700: Frontal fluoroscopic view of bladder in voiding phase

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Madigan Army Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Idiopathic vesicoureteral reflux Grade 2/3 reflux on the right and grade 1 on the left (see factoid).

History: Eight year old female with history of multiple urinary tract infections and one documented incident of pyelonephritis.

Findings: The bladder demonstrates normal contour on early and late filling phases. The bladder capacity is normal. However, on voiding images, reflux of contrast is seen to enter the right ureter and pelvicaliceal system with mild dilation of the calices. No dilation of the fornices is demonstrated. Mild reflux into the distal left ureter is also seen.

Ddx: Vesicoureteral reflux -Abnormal anatomy of distal ureters -Abnormal detrusor muscle function -Neurogenic Bladder (spinal bifida) -posterior urethral valve (in boys) -Idiopathic reflux

Dxhow: voiding cystourethrogram VCUG)

Exam: Not provided by author

No MeSH data available.