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Malformazioni ureterali

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Le malformazioni o anomalie dell’uretere includono tutte le alterazioni rispetto alla sua normalità: possono riguardare il suo numero, le sue estremità giunzionali, la sua struttura parietale, la sua lunghezza, il suo percorso e la sua posizione. Molte derivano da una non corretta interazione tra la gemma ureterale e il blastema metanefrogeno che, come descritto nel capitolo sull’embriologia, è fondamentale per un normale sviluppo dell’uretere, della via escretrice intrarenale e del rene stesso Saxen 1987).

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  1. 1.Ospedale di RhoRho (Mi)

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