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Case 9.2.4 Ureteropelvic junction stenosis


Ureteropelvic junction stenosis:
UPJ stenosis on the right side
Ureteropelvic junction stenosis:
UPJ stenosis on the left side in a neonate
Ureteropelvic junction stenosis:
UPJ stenosis of the left kidney with a dilatated system before treatment
Ureteropelvic junction stenosis:
UPJ stenosis of both kidneys in a 3 months old girl left>right
Ureteropelvic junction stenosis:
Uretero pelvic junction stenosis in a 10 year old boy with a dilatated pelvicalyceal system but no dilatated ureter
Ureteropelvic junction stenosis:
Ureteropelvic junction stenosis with a dilatated system of the right kidney
Ureteropelvic junction stenosis:
UPJ stenosis and renal infection with a severely dilatated debris filled pelvicalyceal system
Ureteropelvic junction stenosis:
Uretero pelvic junction stenosis and infection with echogenic urine and sedimentation in the pelvicalyceal system
Ureteropelvic junction stenosis:
Bilateral ureteropelvic junction stenosis with dilatated kidneys left more than right without dilatated ureters
Ureteropelvic junction stenosis:
Ureteropelvic junction stenosis with a dilatated left kidney but without dilatated ureter. There is severe parenchymal loss.
Ureteropelvic junction stenosis:
Ureteropelvic junction stenosis and renal calculi in the left kidney in a 7 year old child
Ureteropelvic junction stenosis:
Ureteropelvic junction stenosis of the left kidney in a 6 year old girl with urinary tract infection with thickened pelvic wall
Ureteropelvic junction stenosis:
Thickening of the pelvic wall and dilatation in a mild case of ureteropelvic junction obstruction of the left kidney
Ureteropelvic junction stenosis:
Intermittent ureteropelvic junction stenosis resulting in dilatation pyelonehritis and perirenal effusion in a 7 year old boy
Ureteropelvic junction stenosis:
UPJ stenosis on the right side
Ureteropelvic junction stenosis:
UPJ stenosis on the left side in a neonate
Ureteropelvic junction stenosis:
UPJ stenosis of the left kidney with a dilatated system before treatment
Ureteropelvic junction stenosis:
UPJ stenosis of both kidneys in a 3 months old girl left>right
Ureteropelvic junction stenosis:
Uretero pelvic junction stenosis in a 10 year old boy with a dilatated pelvicalyceal system but no dilatated ureter
Ureteropelvic junction stenosis:
Ureteropelvic junction stenosis with a dilatated system of the right kidney
Ureteropelvic junction stenosis:
UPJ stenosis and renal infection with a severely dilatated debris filled pelvicalyceal system
Ureteropelvic junction stenosis:
Uretero pelvic junction stenosis and infection with echogenic urine and sedimentation in the pelvicalyceal system
Ureteropelvic junction stenosis:
Bilateral ureteropelvic junction stenosis with dilatated kidneys left more than right without dilatated ureters
Ureteropelvic junction stenosis:
Ureteropelvic junction stenosis with a dilatated left kidney but without dilatated ureter. There is severe parenchymal loss.
Ureteropelvic junction stenosis:
Ureteropelvic junction stenosis and renal calculi in the left kidney in a 7 year old child
Ureteropelvic junction stenosis:
Ureteropelvic junction stenosis of the left kidney in a 6 year old girl with urinary tract infection with thickened pelvic wall
Ureteropelvic junction stenosis:
Thickening of the pelvic wall and dilatation in a mild case of ureteropelvic junction obstruction of the left kidney
Ureteropelvic junction stenosis:
Intermittent ureteropelvic junction stenosis resulting in dilatation pyelonehritis and perirenal effusion in a 7 year old boy
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