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Blind-ending ureter

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Affiliation: Brooke Army Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Blind-ending ureter

History: 42 y/o female with history of microhematuria, with incomplete ureteral opacification on CT IVP leading to subsequent retrograde pyelography.

Findings: Both images demonstrate opacification of a minimally dilated, ectopic, blind-ending ureteral tract arising from the distal portion of the functional ureter. No visualized filling defect. The left kidney is drained entirely by the single complete ureter.

Ddx: blind ending ureter/ureteral diverticulum ureteral duplication with obstruction

No MeSH data available.


Both images demonstrate opacification of a minimally dilated, ectopic, blind-ending ureteral tract arising from the distal portion of the functional ureter.  No visualized filling defect.
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MPX1786_synpic19903: Both images demonstrate opacification of a minimally dilated, ectopic, blind-ending ureteral tract arising from the distal portion of the functional ureter. No visualized filling defect.


Blind-ending ureter

Bezzant SMB - MedPix

Both images demonstrate opacification of a minimally dilated, ectopic, blind-ending ureteral tract arising from the distal portion of the functional ureter.  No visualized filling defect.
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MPX1786_synpic19903: Both images demonstrate opacification of a minimally dilated, ectopic, blind-ending ureteral tract arising from the distal portion of the functional ureter. No visualized filling defect.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Brooke Army Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Blind-ending ureter

History: 42 y/o female with history of microhematuria, with incomplete ureteral opacification on CT IVP leading to subsequent retrograde pyelography.

Findings: Both images demonstrate opacification of a minimally dilated, ectopic, blind-ending ureteral tract arising from the distal portion of the functional ureter. No visualized filling defect. The left kidney is drained entirely by the single complete ureter.

Ddx: blind ending ureter/ureteral diverticulum ureteral duplication with obstruction

No MeSH data available.