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Posterior Urethral Valves Stephen Confer, MD Ben O. Donovan, MD Brad Kropp, MD Dominic Frimberger, MD University of Oklahoma Department of Urology
POSTERIOR URETHRAL VALVE DR. Hamdan H. Alhazmi MD,SBU,ABU pediatric urologist King Khalid University Hospital INCIDENCE ETIOLOGY ANATOMY OF MALE URETHRA EMBRYOLOGY ...
Structural Defects of Urinary System Obstuctive uropathy and posterior urethral valves Nursing management Monitor urine output Pain management Monitor for infection Pre ...

Genitourinary Posterior urethral valves Extrophy of the bladder Cloacal extrophy Posterior Urethral Valves Obstruction of urinary flow at level of bladder outlet ...
... ultrasounds will detect a genitourinary anomaly Antenatal Hydronephrosis Differential diagnosis UPJ obstruction Vesico-ureteric reflux MCDK Posterior urethral valves UVJ ...
Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2004(3):CD001532 * RNC does not recognize anatomy of urethra and bladder well so cannot identify posterior urethral valves in boys Grade I ...
The MOST likely cause of the hydronephrosis is: A. Polycystic kidney disease B. Posterior urethral valves C. UPJ obstruction D. Vesicoureteral reflux E. Wilms tumor ...
Why would damage from posterior urethral valves potentially be worse than other obstructions? Renal failure is most likely to occur when both kidneys are affected by ...
... dysfunction A dilated tortuous tubular structure that showed no peristalsis that can be traced back to the renal pelvis = UVJ UVJ UVJ UVJ Posterior Urethral Valves (PUV ...
Of the following, in addition to a urinary tract infection, the infant is MOST likely to have: bladder diverticulum posterior urethral valves ureteral stone ureteropelvic ...
Two of the above cases  posterior urethral valves. Two cases  additional of Potter’s sequence. One case  Meckel’s syndrome. These abnormalities thought to ...
Secondary VUR can be further divided into anatomical and functional groups as follows: causes Anatomical: Posterior urethral valves; urethral or meatal stenosis.
... output cardiac failure Fetal demise renal Renal agenesis Polycystic disease Multicystic dysplasia postrenal UPJ obstruction megaureter posterior urethral valves ...
Refractory hyperPTH led to PTX 2: 12 y/o white boy, in-utero posterior urethral valves, progressed to esrd, received tx at age 3, CVC left femoral DVT on coumadin ...
... disease of central nervous system or peripheral nerves) Bladder trauma Prostate enlargement Lower urinary tract fistulae Urethral stricture Posterior urethral valves ...
... needs to start peritoneal dialysis immediately E should progress slowly to ESRD by adolescence A end-stage renal disease B hydronephrosis C posterior urethral valves ...
... common sites of congenital narrowing: externalmeatus in boys (meatal stenosis) external urinary meatus in girls the distal urethra (stenosis) posterior urethral valves ...
... Vesicoureteral reflux Recurrent lower urinary tract infection Neurogenic bladder Bladder trauma Lower urinary tract fistulae Urethral stricture Posterior urethral valves ...
... structurally or functionally abnormal urinary tract that contributes to ascending infection The Abnormal Urinary Tract Structural Abnormalities Posterior urethral valves ...
Dysplasia associated with lower urinary tract obstruction – usually seen in male children with posterior urethral valves. May be associated with hydroureter and ...
In boys: initial work-up should include a voiding cystourethrogram to detect urethral abnormalities such as urethral diverticulum or posterior Urethral valves.
... 12.8) Haemolytic uraemic syndrome 7 (3.3) Malignancy 6 (2.8) Leukaemia 4 Burkitt lymphoma 2 HIV related 3 (1.4) Congenital malformation 10 (4.7) Posterior urethral valves ...
... hormone treatment started in the first year of life in infants with chronic renal failure Number of patients Bilateral renal hypo-dysplasia, Posterior urethral valves ...
... Transverse Myelitis • Trauma Prune Belly Syndrome Posterior Urethral Valve 2 ... Vesicostomy • Upper tract diversion • Ablation of valves Post ...
... Corpus spongiosum Glans Penis External Urethral Orifice ... Sinus Great Cardiac Vein Green dots on veins Posterior ... 11 Slide 12 Right Atrium Slide 14 Semilunar Valves ...

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