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European Urology (1975) 1 (3): 159–161.
Published Online: 19 February 2019
... by more or less ureteric stasis in one or both sides. Goodwin's re-implantation does not prevent backflow. Reflux to the kidney in a dilated ureter is par- ticularly serious and repeated and severe infection may oc­ cur in 60 % of the cases. This increases metabolic disorders and may necessitate diversion...
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European Urology (1975) 1 (3): 134–139.
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...) A renal-ureteric bridge. By implanting the top end of the prosthesis in the lower calyx and at the lower end in the lumbo-iliac ureter, the pelvis and proximal ureter are by-passed. This procedure has been applied in one patient. He has been followed up for only 4 months, but the results appear...
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European Urology (1975) 1 (1): 46–48.
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... and skillful technical assistance and Mrs. J. Meuris for typing the manuscript. Results Adrenergic Innervation Before birth, fluorescent nerve fibers are irregularly disposed in the connective tissue of the pelvic area. The ureteral musculature is devoid of fluorescent nerve fibers. At birth, the ureter...
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European Urology (1975) 1 (5): 216–226.
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...) simple reconstruction by re­ anastomosis; (2) reconstruction of primary or secondary megaureter; (3) partial replacement of the ureter with re­ construction of intrapelvic segment; (4) replacement of the ureteric segment by alloplastic prosthesis, and (5) total or subtotal ureteric replacement by small...
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European Urology (1975) 1 (5): 245–247.
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... calculus in the left kidney, a staghorn calculus in the right and two stones in the upper and lower segment of the right ureter. On 3.10.1971 all calculi on the right side were removed at open operation. A urinary fistula developed which did not close despite the introduction of a ureteric catheter...
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European Urology (1976) 2 (1): 4–7.
Published Online: 11 August 2017
... on the propulsion of urine, the visco-elastic character­ istics of the ureteric wall, the myogenic versus the neurogenic origin of spontaneous activity of the ureter and the presence of pacemaker areas, are discussed. The changes of peristaltic activity and intraluminal pressure during obstruction, infection...
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European Urology (1990) 18 (1): 1–5.
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... had ureteral stones. Two patients had complete staghorn stones. The disintegration rate was 97.9%, the overall stone-free rate at 3 months’ follow-up was 83.3%, and the retreatment rate was 1.29 treatments for patients. No complication occurred. Stones Kidney Ureter Extracorporeal lithotripsy...
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European Urology (1986) 12 (2): 89–95.
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... the tumor was located in the renal pelvis, 1 of them had tumors on both sides; 3 patients had ureteral tumors, 1 in the very proximal ureter and 2 in the distal ureter (table I). In 2 cases the contralateral kidney had been removed for urothelial cancer earlier; 1 other patients had a nonfunctioning kidney...
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European Urology (1989) 16 (3): 200–203.
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... ureteral filling only; grade 2a shows ureteral and pelvicaliceal filling without 2 34 dilatation; grade 2b demonstrates ureteral and pelvicaliceal filling with a mild caliceal blunting but no clubbing or dilatation of the Patients n pelvis or tortuosity of the ureter; grade 3 is evidence of ureteral and 1...
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European Urology (1990) 18 (4): 307–308.
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... a reference to sarcoidosis of the ureter. Hence, we present our case of ureteral sarcoidosis and the diagnostic problems related to this sin­ gle-organ attack. Case Report A 67-year-old man presented to our clinic with a history of right lumbar pain. Physical examination revealed a sensitivity in the same...
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European Urology (1990) 18 (4): 309–310.
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..., quality or safety. The publisher and the editor(s) disclaim responsibility for any injury to persons or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Ureter Diverticula Eur Urol 1990;18:309-310 Multiple Ureteral Diverticula...
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European Urology (1985) 11 (6): 422–424.
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... is necessary. If the orifice lies very laterally the new hiatus can be placed closer to the old References 1 Cohen, S.J.: Ureterozystoneostomie: Eine neue Antirefluxtech­ nik. Akt. Urol. 6: 1-7 (1975). 2 Glenn, J.F.; Anderson, E.E.: Distal tunnel ureteral reimplanta­ tion. Trans. Am. Ass. genito-urin. Surg. 58...
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European Urology (1991) 19 (2): 178–180.
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... metastasis. Ret­ rograde ureteropyelogram confirmed the presence of a filling de­ fect. Ureteroscopy was performed using an operating ureteroresectoscope (Wolf® 12 french). A large pedunculated ureteral polyp with a smooth regular surface and a small implantation base was observed. Resection of the base...
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European Urology (1984) 10 (3): 145–150.
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..., instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Psoas Hitch Ureter Megameter Reflux Ureteral fistula Ureteroneocystostomy Pediatric urology Clinical Papers Eur. Urol. 10: 145-150(1984) © 1984 S. Karger AG, Basel 0302-2838/84/0103-0145S2.75/0 Psoas-Hitch...
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European Urology (1995) 28 (2): 122–125.
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... advertised or of their effectiveness, quality or safety. The publisher and the editor(s) disclaim responsibility for any injury to persons or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Endometriosis Ureter Ureteric obstruction...
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European Urology (1977) 3 (3): 132–141.
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...G. Breda; W. Artibani; P. Vancini; A. Lotto; A. Brunetti; G. Battaglisa A case of urinary malakoplakia involving both ureters and the bladder is presented. Ultrastructural data relating to the ureteric lesion are illustrated. Pale, dark and intermediate cells were involved in the pathological...
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European Urology (1992) 22 (4): 329–334.
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... of which are bilateral. Embryologically, ureteral ectopia of the vas deferens may be explained by an underlying defect in the proximal mesonephric duct or an abnormally cranial origin of the ureteric bud. We add the case of a newborn with an ectopic vas terminating into the ureter of a multicystic kidney...
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European Urology (1988) 14 (3): 249–250.
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...). Cystoscopy revealed a normal bladder and the blood flowing from the left ureteral meatus. Surgical explo­ ration was performed. Palpation of the left ureter suggested the pres­ ence of a fleshy pedunculated tumor. Treatment was by local resec­ tion. Clinical follow-up by yearly intravenous urography...
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