Primary megaureter in adults.

  title={Primary megaureter in adults.},
  author={D H Frohneberg and Peter H Walz and Rudolf Hohenfellner},
  journal={European urology},
  volume={9 6},
The terminology of megaureters, their histological findings and etiology vary greatly in the literature. Primary obstructed megaureters must be clearly differentiated from megaureters caused by infravesical obstruction. The characterization and therapeutical consequences of the two types also differ. In a retrospective study, 43 adult patients with 54 primary obstructed megaureters (male:female = 30:13) were studied. This diagnosis excluded infravesical obstruction, reflux and neurogenic… CONTINUE READING


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