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What is Ureterocele?

Description of the condition

Ureterocele is a condition in which the ureter expands due to the accumulation of urine, caused by a blockage in the urinary tract. This can occur due to congenital anomalies or other medical issues.


Ureterocele is classified based on the level of expansion and symptoms.


Symptoms of ureterocele may include pain in the kidney area, blood in the urine, increased pressure, and frequent urination.


Causes of ureterocele may be related to congenital anomalies of the urinary system, injury, or tumors blocking the normal flow of urine.


Diagnosis of ureterocele involves various imaging methods such as ultrasound, CT, and X-ray.


Treatment of ureterocele may include medication, surgical intervention, or procedures to relax the muscles of the urethra.


Prevention of ureterocele includes avoiding trauma to the urinary system and regular medical check-ups.


Consult a urologist or nephrologist if you suspect ureterocele.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.