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Ureteral pseudodiverticulosis associated with carcinoma of renal pelvis


We describe a patient with bilateral ureteral pseudodiverticulosis of 10 years’ duration before developing transitional carcinoma of the pelvis.

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Correspondence to Philip J. Kenney.

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Kenney, P.J., Wasserman, N.F. Ureteral pseudodiverticulosis associated with carcinoma of renal pelvis. Urol Radiol 9, 161–163 (1988).

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Key words

  • Ureter, abnormalities
  • Ureter, diverticula
  • Ureter, carcinoma