Acta Scientific Clinical Case Reports

Case Report Volume 3 Issue 6

Ureteral Anastomosis of Ureter Transplanted to Native Ureter by Ureteral Stenosis in the Upper Third as a Complication After Renal Transplantation: Clinical Case

María Fernanda Rosero Morillo*

Specialist in Urology, Central University of Ecuador, Quito-Ecuador

*Corresponding Author: María Fernanda Rosero Morillo, Specialist in Urology, Central University of Ecuador, Quito-Ecuador.

Received: March 7, 2022; Published: May 13, 2022

Abstract

Introduction: The incidence of urological complications in renal transplant patients has been reported from 2 to 3%. Currently, clinical and surgical management guidelines or treatment consensus have not been established for post-surgical complications in transplant patients, which is why describing ureteral reconstruction in a transplanted kidney due to stenosis in the upper third of the kidney serves to determine the best therapeutic surgical option with the flap to prevent loss of kidney function.

Clinical Case: A 51-year-old male patient, with a history of kidney transplantation 1 year ago, diagnosed with hydronephrosis due to stenosis of the transplanted ureter and urinary tract infections due to repeated nephrostomy and several failed endourological procedures.

Conclusions: Ureteral stenosis as a postoperative complication in kidney transplantation is one of the most important challenges for the reconstruction of the urinary tract, nephrostomy is the first line of treatment, however when traditional techniques fail, open ureteral anastomosis is a safe technique. and with good results in order to maintain the renal function of the transplanted kidney and offer the patient a better quality of life.

 

Keywords: Ureteral Stenosis; Ureteral Anastomosis; Transplanted Kidney

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Citation

Citation: Maria Fernanda Rosero Morillo. “Ureteral Anastomosis of Ureter Transplanted to Native Ureter by Ureteral Stenosis in the Upper Third as a Complication After Renal Transplantation: Clinical Case". Acta Scientific Clinical Case Reports 3.6 (2022): 26-30.

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Copyright: © 2022 María Fernanda Rosero Morillo. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.




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