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WK 5 RENAL URETEROCELE WITH STONE HOW COULD WE GET THIS STONE TO SHADOW? Ultrasound image gallery

WK 5 RENAL URETEROCELE WITH STONE HOW COULD WE GET THIS STONE TO SHADOW? Ultrasound image gallery

Transitional cell carcinoma (TCC) is the most common primary malignancy of the urinary tract and may be found along its entire length, from renal pelvis to bladder.   Bladder : by far the most common ~ 97%  lots to see: http://radiopaedia.org/articles/transitional-cell-carcinoma-of-the-urinary-tract

Transitional cell carcinoma (TCC) is the most common primary malignancy of the…

WK 5 RETROPERITONEUM Urinoma.

Surgical Complications of Renal Transplantation

Diagnostic and Interventional Ultrasound in Pediatrics and Pediatric Surgery

Diagnostic and Interventional Ultrasound in Pediatrics and Pediatric Surgery PDF - Am-Medicine

Paraovarian cyst

Ultrasound of paraovarian cyst

WK 5 RETROPERITONEUM Figure 7. Perinephric hematoma. Sagittal view demonstrates an echogenic collection along the dorsal margin of the transplanted kidney due to post-operative hematoma.

Sagittal view demonstrates an echogenic collection along the dorsal margin of the transplanted kidney due to post-operative hematoma.

Parapelvic Cysts- Anechoic mass located in renal hilum that doesn't communicate with the collecting system.

WK 7 RENAL parapelvic cyst Urinary Tract and male reproductive system

Pyonephrosis is a term given to infection of the renal pelvic system which can then subsequently get filled with pus and is then complicated by obstruction.   The diagnosis of pyonephrosis is suspected when the clinical symptoms of fever and flank pain are combined with the radiologic evidence of obstruction to the urinary tracts.  Echogenic collecting system debris is considered the most reliable sign on ultrasound.  Read more: http://radiopaedia.org/articles/pyonephrosis

Pyonephrosis is a term given to infection of the renal pelvic system which can then subsequently get filled with pus and is then complicated by obstruction. The diagnosis of pyonephrosis is suspected when the clinical symptoms of fever and flank pain are combined with the radiologic evidence of obstruction to the urinary tracts. Echogenic collecting system debris is considered the most reliable sign on ultrasound. Read more: http://radiopaedia.org/articles/pyonephrosis

WK 7 RENAL PATHOLOGY Small ureterocele on the lt side

WK 7 RENAL PATHOLOGY Small ureterocele on the lt side

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