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46 Possible Causes for (Ureter), Tunica, muscularis

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  • Hydroureter

    Endometriosis lesions that compromise the rectum deeper than the inner muscularis layer have more than 40% of the circumference of the rectum affected by the disease.[] […] the other hand, altered hormone levels in pregnant women, mainly increased serum progesterone concentrations, may significantly relax the muscular tissue of the ureter's tunica[] So the ureter and kidney have swelled. Please suggest. Do I need to do any surgery or it can be cured by medicines.[]

  • Ureteral Diverticulum

    Congenital diverticula possess the histological layers of the ureter (mucosa, muscularis, and adventitia), and they connect with the other ureter at an acute angle.[] Urethral duplication II-A Y type with rectal urethra: ASTRA approach and tunica vaginalis flap for first stage repair. Int Braz J Urol 2012;38:707. 5.[] Abstract Congenital diverticula of the ureter are uncommon.[]

  • Benign Polyp of the Ureter

    Stage II – Invades into muscularis. Stage III – Beyond muscularis into periureteric/peripelvic fat or renal parenchyma.[] The tunica propria presented a circumscribed collection of smaller and larger arterial and venous type blood vessels.[] This volume, focusing on the ureter and the diseases which involve it, is an updated second edition.[]

  • Retrocaval Ureter

    Synonym: tunica mucosa ureteris. (05 Mar 2000) muscular coat of ureter Muscular layer of the ureteric wall.[] Association of retrocaval ureter with a stone in the looping segment of the ureter is extremely rare.[] The correction of vesicoureteral reflux using laparoscopic biting clips to reapproximate the muscularis over the distal ureter and create a nonrefluxing tunnel has been described[]

  • Urinary Tract Injury

    In addition, failure to adequately mobilize the bladder will create the risk of incorporation of the bladder serosa, and potentially the muscularis as well, into the vaginal[] This force buckles the erect penis and a tear occurs in the tough outer lining (tunica albuginea) of the natural piston of the penis (corporal body).[] The most common site of injury to the ureter was at the junction of the ureter and the uterine artery in 80% (12 of 15 cases) of ureteral injuries.[]

  • Vesicovaginal Fistula

    Two layer closure of the bladder wall (urothelium and tunica muscularis) .[] On evaluation, she was found to have congenital vesicovaginal fistula, a nonfunctioning right kidney with ectopic ureter and transverse vaginal septum.[] That involved the bladder and right ureter, causing right hydronephrosis.[]

  • Chronic Cystitis

    In tumor-free urinary bladder and chronic cystitis, CD34 fibrocytes were found in the deep lamina propria and tunica muscularis, whereas the superficial lamina propria disclosed[] We used the same case-referent approach to examine the relation of arsenic to biopsy confirmed transition cell cancer (TCC) of the ureter, bladder or urethra in these villagers[] Its wall is composed of mucosa, submucosa, tunica muscularis and adventitia.[]

  • Urethral Carcinoma

    T2a: inner half of the lamina muscularis T2b: outer half of the lamina muscularis Stage III T3 /4a N0 M0 T3 Tumor invades the perivesical fat T3a: microscopic infiltration[] […] three glansectomy and reconstruction; six glansectomy, distal corporectomy, reconstruction and hypospadias formation; two urethrectomy with or with no excision of adjacent tunica[] […] transitional cell cancer metastatic LLT 20.0 100000017543 10038509 Renal pelvis and ureteric cancer metastatic transitional cell LLT 20.0 100000017725 10046377 Ureter cancer[]

  • Traumatic Rupture of the Bladder

    This force buckles the erect penis and a tear occurs in the tough outer lining (tunica albuginea) of the natural piston of the penis (corporal body).[] Congenital abnormalities, such as ureteral duplication, a wide ureter, ectopic ureter (when the ureter drains to an abnormally located opening, like the vagina) or ectopic[] The injury is closed in three layers (mucosa – muscularis – peritoneum).[]

  • Urethral Trauma

    The absence of a muscularis mucosae or other sub-epithelial layer in the urethra is unusual compared with other epithelially lined tubular structures and means that the urethral[] Rupture of the thick tunica albuginea usually involves the deep fascia of the penis (Buck’s fascia), and blood can extravasate quickly, causing penile swelling.[] Combination transection of the right ureter with extravasation and left ureter ligation.[]