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*  Ureteral neoplasm
". "Renal Pelvis and Ureter Cancer: Cancers of the Kidney and Urinary Tract: Merck Manual Home Health Handbook". ... In some contexts, the primary division is at the border of kidney and ureter, and in other contexts, the primary division is ... Treatment may involve removal of the kidney and ureter, or just the ureter. Classification of cancers often is oriented around ... Because of this, neoplasia of the ureters are sometimes grouped with tumors of the renal pelvis. Ureteral cancer Shimoyama Y, ...
*  Stoma (medicine)
This includes the esophagus, stomach, duodenum, ileum, colon, pleural cavity, ureters, urinary bladder, and kidney pelvis. ...
*  Computed tomography angiography
CTA can be used to examine blood vessels in many key areas of the body, including the brain, kidneys, pelvis, and the lungs. ... CTA should be avoided in patients with kidney disease or severe diabetes, because x-ray contrast material can further harm ... Also done in prospective kidney donors. Identify aneurysms in the aorta or in other major blood vessels. Aneurysms are diseased ... Visualize blood flow in the renal arteries (those supplying the kidneys) in patients with high blood pressure and those ...
*  List of MeSH codes (A05)
... kidney medulla MeSH A05.810.453.537 --- kidney pelvis MeSH A05.810.453.537.503 --- kidney calices MeSH A05.810.453.736 --- ... kidney tubules, collecting MeSH A05.810.453.736.560.540 --- kidney tubules, distal MeSH A05.810.453.736.560.570 --- kidney ... kidney cortex MeSH A05.810.453.324.359 --- kidney glomerulus MeSH A05.810.453.324.359.224 --- glomerular basement membrane MeSH ... kidney tubules MeSH A05.810.453.736.560.254 --- bowman capsule MeSH A05.810.453.736.560.510 --- ...
*  Mark Seay
He resulted injured with a .38-caliber bullet that pierced through his pelvis, kidney and lung, stopping near his heart (where ... in the event of the bullet close to his heart be dislodged or risking his remaining kidney to be damaged by a hit. He sued the ... the bullet still remains). He was hospitalized for 2 1/2 weeks, lost a kidney and spent two months eating only soup, while ...
*  Frequent urination
... such as clozapine Radiation therapy to the pelvis Brain or nervous system diseases Stroke Tumor or growth in the pelvis Kidney ...
*  Pelvic kidney
A pelvic kidney is a normal kidney located in the pelvis, instead of the abdomen. This occurs when a kidney does not ascend ... In the development of the human embryo, the metanephric kidneys fail to ascend and usually remain at the brim of the pelvis. ... Typically, the kidney functions normally despite being in the wrong location. Often a person with a pelvic kidney will go ... Pelvic kidneys occur in 1 in every 500 people in the U.S. It is not a harmful condition generally, but can develop ...
*  Nephritis
Pyelonephritis is inflammation that results from a urinary tract infection that reaches the renal pelvis of the kidney. Lupus ... As the kidneys inflame, they begin to excrete needed protein from the affected individual's body into the urine stream. This ... "Pyelonephritis: Kidney Infection". www.niddk.nih.gov. Retrieved 2015-06-14. "Lupus Nephritis". www.niddk.nih.gov. Retrieved ... Treatment (or management} of nephritis depends on what has provoked the inflammation of the kidney(s). In the case of lupus ...
*  Gas pyelogram
A Gas pyelogram is a pyelogram in which the kidneys, renal pelvis and ureters are filled with gas, and have a radiolucent ...
*  Kendra and Maliyah Herrin
... meaning that they were joined at the abdomen and the pelvis; they had between them an abdomen, pelvis, liver, kidney, large ... They were the first set of conjoined twins to be separated to share a kidney. Kendra retained their shared kidney following the ... A few months later, despite intense treatment to slow down the process, it was definite that her kidney wouldn't be able to ... "Sisters Who Share Kidney Undergoing Separation". Health News. 2006-08-07. "Maliyah Herrin Doing Well in Recovery From ...
*  Renal hilum
... and the renal pelvis exits the kidney. The superior, middle, and inferior vessels enter or leave the hilum of kidney: from ... The renal hilum (Latin: hilum renale) or renal pedicle is the hilum of the kidney, that is, its recessed central fissure where ... The medial border of the kidney is concave in the center and convex toward either extremity; it is directed forward and a ... Renal artery Renal vein Renal pyramids Renal medulla Hilum of kidney This article incorporates text in the public domain from ...
*  Percutaneous nephrolithotomy
... needle is passed into the pelvis of the kidney. The position of the needle is confirmed by fluoroscopy. A guide wire is passed ... The needle is then withdrawn with the guide wire still inside the pelvis. Over the guide wire the dilators are passed and a ... The most difficult portion of the procedure is creating the tract between the kidney and the flank skin. Most of the time this ... A retrograde pyelogram is done to locate the stone in the kidney. With a small 1 centimeter incision in the loin, the ...
*  Pyonephrosis
Pus collects in the renal pelvis and causes distension of the kidney. It can cause kidney failure. Pyonephrosis is sometimes a ... Pyonephrosis (Greek pyon "pus" + nephros "kidney") is an infection of the kidneys' collecting system. ... complication of kidney stones, which can be a source of persisting infection. It may also occur spontaneously. It can occur as ...
*  Renal pelvis
Vertical section of kidney. Renal pelvis Renal pelvis Like the bony pelvis, the renal pelvis (/ˈriːnəl/ /ˈpɛlvɪs/) gets its ... The renal pelvis or pelvis of the kidney is the basin-like or funnel-like dilated proximal part of the ureter in the kidney. In ... The renal pelvis is the location of several kinds of kidney cancer. Its mucous membrane is covered with transitional epithelium ... Each renal papilla is surrounded by a branch of the renal pelvis called a calyx. The major function of the renal pelvis is to ...
*  Wilhelm Ebstein
Kidney disease and also affections of the renal pelvis and mesonephros. "Traumatische Leukämie," in "Deutsche Med. ...
*  List of ICD-9 codes 140-239: neoplasms
Malignant neoplasm of kidney and other and unspecified urinary organs (189.0) Kidney, except pelvis Renal cell carcinoma (190) ... Benign neoplasm of kidney and other urinary organs (224) Benign neoplasm of eye (225) Benign neoplasm of brain and other parts ...
*  2014 Isla Vista killings
Survivor of U of Santa Barbara massacre who was hit in his kidney, hip, pelvis and chest by twisted 'virgin killer' Elliott ...
*  Xanthogranulomatous inflammation
Localization in the kidney and renal pelvis has been the most frequent and better known occurrence followed by that in the ... masses with variable extension into adjacent fat and connective tissue can occur in cases involving organs such as kidney and ...
*  Body cavity
abdominopelvic cavity abdominal cavity, enclosed by the ribcage and pelvis and contains the kidneys, ureters, stomach, ... pelvic cavity, enclosed by the pelvis and contains bladder, anus and reproductive system. At the end of the third week, the ...
*  Ureter
... the ureters arise from the pelvis of each kidney, and descend on top of the psoas major muscle to reach the brim of the pelvis ... There are three sites where a kidney stone will commonly become stuck: at the ureteric junction of renal pelvis; as the ureter ... A kidney stone can move from the kidney and become lodged inside the ureter, which can block the flow of urine, as well as ... The affected kidney could then develop hydronephrosis, should a part of the kidney become swollen due to blocked flow of urine ...
*  Pyeloplasty
... is the surgical reconstruction or revision of the renal pelvis to drain and decompress the kidney. Most commonly it ... This revision of the renal pelvis treats the obstruction by excising the stenotic area of the renal pelvis or uretero-pelvic ... in this method a flap is rotated from dilated pelvis to decrease narrowing of ureter. A pyeloplasty can either be done by the ... junction and creating a more capacious conduit using the tissue of the remaining ureter and renal pelvis. There are different ...
*  Kidney cancer
... originates in the kidney in two principal locations: the renal tubule and the renal pelvis. Most cancers in the ... Stage 1 kidney cancer Stage 2 kidney cancer Stage 3 kidney cancer Stage 4 kidney cancer For stage 4 kidney cancer, the most ... "Kidney cancer statistics". Cancer Research UK. Retrieved 27 October 2014. "U.S. NIH - Cancer of the Kidney and Renal Pelvis - ... "Risks and causes of kidney cancer". "Early stage and locally advanced kidney cancer treatment". "Advanced kidney cancer". " ...
*  Crossed renal ectopia
... unilateral long kidney) or the pelvis of the crossed kidney faces laterally (unilateral "S" shaped kidney). Urogram is ... The ureter of the lower kidney crosses the midline to enter the bladder on the contralateral side. Both renal pelvis can lie ... Crossed dystopia (syn.unilateral fusion cross fused renal ectopia) is a rare form of renal ectopia where both kidneys are on ... In many cases, the two kidneys are fused together, yet retain their own vessels and ureters. ...
*  Urinoma
A urinoma is the result of a breach of the integrity of the pelvis or calices of the kidney or of the ureter. The urine ... Urinomas are usually caused by blunt trauma to the kidneys. While extravasation of urine is common as a result a severe blunt ... is an encapsulated collection of extravasated urine and typically found in the area adjacent to the kidneys or to extend into ...
*  Posterior urethral valve
Pyelostomy followed by valve ablation - stoma is made in the pelvis of the kidney as a slightly high diversion, after which the ... Incontinence Urinary tract infection Renal failure Vesicoureteral reflux Chronic kidney disease The female homolog to the male ...
*  Childbirth
The baby's head is facing across the pelvis at one or other of the mother's hips. Descent and flexion of the fetal head. ... or oligohydramnios Fetal demise Gestational hypertension Maternal conditions such as gestational diabetes or chronic kidney ... At the beginning of the normal second stage, the head is fully engaged in the pelvis; the widest diameter of the head has ... The fetal head then continues descent into the pelvis, below the pubic arch and out through the vaginal introitus (opening). ...