ureteritis


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inflammation of the ureter

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(10) Either is possible; widespread microcyst formation in an IUP may result in a cribriform appearance, and ureteritis cystica has been known to produce grossly visible lesions.
* Estados en los que se requiere un aumento de la diuresis: Afecciones genitourinarias (Cistitis, uretritis, ureteritis, pielonefritis, oliguria, urolitiasis), prostatitis, adenoma benigno de prostata (tratamiento sintomatico de la hiperplasia prostatica benigna), hiperazotemia, hiperuricemia, gota, hipertension arterial, edemas, sobrepeso acompanado de retencion de liquidos, edemas por insuficiencia de retorno venoso, calculos renales y urinarios (prevencion y tratamiento).
Apart from the usual features, the following unusual features of HSP have also been described: epistaxis, focal neurological deficits, seizures, intracranial hemorrhage, peripheral mononeuropathies, pulmonary hemorrhage, pulmonary interstitial disease, myocardial infarction, and cardiac tamponade.[2] Delayed effects of HSP, which are rare, include esophageal stenosis,[16] ileal stricture, and stenosing ureteritis.[8]
Eosinophilic gastroenteritis, vesicoureteral reflux, hematuria requiring blood transfusion or salvage cystectomy, eosinophilic ureteritis, bladder rupture, and renal insufficiency are rare complications associated with EC.
Cystitis Cystica and Cystitis Glandularis.--These represent a continuum of proliferative and presumed reactive changes that can involve von Brunn nests anywhere along the urinary tract and are usually named accordingly (cystitis cystica, ureteritis cystica, urethritis cystica).
Las hojas, los rizomas y las raices estan indicados en estados que requieran un aumento de la diuresis: afecciones genitourinarias (cistitis, ureteritis, uretritis, pielonefritis, oliguria, urolitiasis), hiperazotemia, hiperuricemia, gota, hipertension arterial, edemas y sobrepeso acompanado de la retencion de liquidos.
Estados en los que se requiera un aumento de la diuresis: afecciones genitourinarias (cistitis, ureteritis, uretritis, pielonefritis, oliguria, urolitiasis), hiperazotemia, hiperuricemia, gota, reumatismo, hipertension arterial, edemas, sobrepeso acompanado de retencion de liquidos.