Ureteroceles: Contemporary Diagnosis and Management provides an evidence-based review of current diagnosis and management options for patients with ureteroceles.
With the advent of antenatal ultrasound screening, ureteroceles are presenting earlier, often in asymptomatic patients, proving the need for active surveillance.
With no fixed protocols and guidelines currently in the field, this important reference brings together recent techniques, such as in utero puncture, endoscopic laser fenestration, and laparoscopic clipping of the upper moiety ureter.
Case studies illustrate various diagnostic and management options.
This important reference provides all the necessary resources for ureterocele diagnosis and management needed by urology researchers, pediatric urologists, and general surgeons.