INTRODUCTION: Ectopic ureteric orifice is a rare congenital anomalous defect of urinary tract resulting from abnormal embryological development, where ureteral orifice is abnormally located and instead of draining in bladder, it drains in to urethra, vagina or in structures of mesonephric duct (ductus deference and seminal vesicles).
The oncologic principles of distal ureter management include the excision of the entire intramural ureter and ureteric orifice with a surrounding bladder cuff.[sup.14] This goal may be accomplished by several techniques.
Under cystoscope, the inflammatory lesions on bladder were symmetrically distributed, mainly at the trigone or neck of the bladder; there were a few cases at the ureteric orifice and other regions were rarely invaded in our 130 cases of cystitis glandularis.
Before planning the surgery, we studied the anatomical and vascular aspects of the right kidney with a MRI that confirmed a complete duplicated system with a nonfunctioning upper pole renal unit related to an ectopic ureteric orifice into the pre-sphincteric urethra (Fig.1, part B).