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Ann Med Res. 2003; 10(2): 87-89

A Rare Condition: The Ureteritis Cystica A Report of Two Cases and Review of the Literature


Süleyman Kılıç*, Semih Yaşar Sargın**, Ali Güneş*, Deniz İpek*, Can Baydinç*, M.Tayfun Altınok***



In this report, we presented the findings of two cases of ureteritis cystica which is one of the rarest pathology of

the urothelium, and reviewed the literature.

Key Words: Ureter, Ureteritis Cystica, Cysts, Urothelial Tumour

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