Daniel Brown
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Percutaneous ureteral interventions.

Adamo R, Saad WE, Brown DB
Tech Vasc Interv Radiol. 2009 12 (3): 205-15

PMID: 19945661 · DOI:10.1053/j.tvir.2009.09.004

Urinary strictures are commonly managed by interventional radiologists and can result from both benign and malignant etiologies. Many patients end up with lifelong catheters. Although stricture dilation is commonly unsuccessful, some patients can eventually become catheter free. This review describes current outcomes with a variety of dilation and stenting techniques. Management of complex ureteral and urinary complications is also reviewed, including ureteral/arterial fistulas and ureteral embolization for permanent diversion.

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Catheterization Catheters, Indwelling Constriction, Pathologic Embolization, Therapeutic Humans Nephrostomy, Percutaneous Radiography, Interventional Stents Treatment Outcome Ureteral Obstruction Urinary Fistula

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