Giant Hydroureteronephrosis Dependent to Ureter Tumor: A Case Report
HÃ¼seyin Cihan Demirel*, Cevdet Serkan GÃ¶kkaya*, Binhan Kağan Aktaş*, CÃ¼neyt Ãzden*, SÃ¼leyman Bulut*, Ali Memiş*.
Transitional epithelial cancers in upper urinary tract are considerably rare. It is more rare being synchronous with the bladder cancer and this situation needs closer follow-up of patient.
In this report, we evaluated a 48 years-old male having a giant ureter tumour in the light of novel literature. The patient presented with right flank pain, palpable abdominal mass and intermittant hematuria in last four years.
Key Words: Giant Ureterohydronephrosis; Ureter Tumour; Transitional Epithelial Cancer.