Ureteranomalien often occur together with kidney abnormalities, but can also occur independently. Complications include obstruction, vesicoureteral reflux (Vesicoureteral reflux), infection and stone formation (because of urinary) incontinence (if the ureters not work as intended flow into the bladder but in the urethra, peritoneum or vagina). The diagnosis may be suspected by abnormalities in routine prenatal sonography (z. B. hydronephrosis) and sometimes during a physical exam (eg. As in the search…

September 3, 2018