Rupture of the ureteropelvic junction in childhood: long-term results

Abstract

Between 1971 and 1982, five children were admitted to our hospital due to rupture of the ureteropelvic junction. In one patient with an extremely late diagnosis, 165 days after trauma and urinoma formation, we performed a nephrectomy. In four patients, one with early recognition during laparotomy and three with delayed diagnosis 104, 35, and 33 days after… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00177113

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