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Related to calyceal: caliceal, calyceal diverticulum
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Synonyms for calyceal

of or relating to or resembling a calyx

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Calyceal effacement and pelvicalyceal wall thickening may also be seen.
Conclusions: Less than 1% of the lesions were malignant neoplasms; however, 51 (11%) were caused by inflammatory disease prone to progress to medullary necrosis, renal abscesses, or calyceal diverticular if left untreated.
The inclusion criteria consisted of patients with renal stones scheduled for a lower calyceal puncture PCNL where the number of attempts to access the calyx [less than or equal to]3, and clear urine was seen draining from the needle.
Stone characteristics of patients Groups Number of Preopertaive diagnosis patients PCNL 10 Horse-shoe kidney with pelvic group stones+concomitant lower calyceal stones in 3 patients 3 Malrotated kidney with pelvic stones LTPL 8 Horse-shoe kidney with pelvic group stones+concomitant lower calyceal stones in 2 patients 3 Malrotated kidney with pelvic stones PCNL: Percutaneous nephrolithotomy, LTPL: Laparoscopic transperitoneal pyelolithotomy.
Initial differential diagnoses included partial staghorn stone, calyceal diverticulum with stones and chronic pyelonephritis, cystic renal cell carcinoma with calcification, TB, and fungus balls.
Peri-pelvic urine extravasation usually results from a rupture of the calyceal fornix secondary to high intra-pelvic pressures.
The small left kidney had regular contours, proportional pelvic calyceal system, and cortex.
Preoperative non-contrast computed tomography scans showing the right lower calyceal branched stone.
Calyceal anatomy of the lower pole and it is possible impact on stone clearance with SWL were first described by Sampaio and Aragao (10), (11) and subsequently others described its significance.
Four variables are shared with all 3 systems: stone location, size, number, and staghorn/multiple calyceal stone presence.
Several clinical situations may contribute to upper tract urinary stasis such as ureteropelvic junction obstruction, calyceal diverticulum, medullary sponge kidney, hydronephrosis, and horseshoe kidney.
Management of the bladder and calyceal diverticulum: Options in the age of minimally invasive surgery.