The Ureter pp 271-299 | Cite as

Ureteral Tumors

  • Harry Bergman
  • Robert S. Hotchkiss


Tumors of the ureter are being diagnosed in ever increasing numbers [1,26]. This is probably due to a greater awareness of these growths, better diagnostic modalities, and prolongation of life.


Renal Pelvis Transitional Cell Carcinoma Primary Carcinoma Ureteral Obstruction Ureteral Catheter 
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