calyceal


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Synonyms for calyceal

of or relating to or resembling a calyx

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The soft tissue infiltration obliterated both renal hila and caused proximal ureteral stenoses with mild calyceal dilation on the left side (Figures 1 and 2).
The non-hydrolysable GTP analog GTP[gamma]S, when loaded into calyceal terminals, blocks vesicle endocytosis (Fig.
8 Other guidance modalities for calyceal access are computed tomography9 especially if there is abnormal calyceal anatomy and ultrasonography.
Of the 192 patients with renal stones, 20% (38/192) had pelvic stones, 14% (27/192) had upper calyceal stones, and 22% (42/192) and 44% (84/192) had middle and lower calyceal stones, respectively.
Obstructive uropathy is the structural impedance to the flow of urine and can occur at any level from uretheral meatus to the calyceal infundibula.
The proposed mechanism is the rupture of the calyceal fornix as a result of increased pressure and the collection of urine in the perinephric space.
Renal abnormalities, including renal hypoplasia, hydronephrosis and duplication of the calyceal system, have been reported less frequently.
Contrast in the calyceal system is the pyelogram, which depends not only on the distension of the pelvi- calyceal system but also on the concentration of the contrast medium within it.
Childhood idiopathic hypercalciuria: clinical significance of renal calyceal microlithiasis and risk of calcium nephrolithiasis.
5-10 mm at 20 wks, no calyceal dilation--95% chance of resolution
Radiographic findings include uniform renal enlargement, diminished nephrographic density, delayed calyceal opacification, diminished calyceal contrast density, and attenuated and distended pyelocalyceal structures.
measured in a transverse plane in conjunction with calyceal dilatation.
Corolla peaks 5, 11, 12 and 13 had standardized peak areas more than twice those found in the respective calyceal peaks.