Evaluation of the Management Results of Uretero-Pelvic Junction Abnormalities

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Objectives: To evaluate therapeutic and prognosis of Uretero-pelvic junction abnomalities. Methods: This article was retrospective and descriptive, covering a period of six months, running from January 1st to December 31st, 2013 and conducted to evaluate therapeutic and prognosis of Uretero-pelvic junction abnormalities. Included criteria were all patients whose diagnosis was abnormalities of the uretero-pelvic junction and had been confirmed after para clinical explorations. The stricture of the junction after a first kidney surgery did not include. The Creatinine level has considered high from 15 mg/l. Results: The median age was 35 years old. Age groups (30 - 40) years old have predominated in 36.2%. A male predominance had been noted in 62.3% versus 37.7% women. The most affected occupation was the officials in 37.7% of cases. The main reason for consultation was lumbar pain in 97.1%. The high creatinine level has observed in 19 patients (27.5%). Sixty-one patients (88.41%) have been operated. An abstention has been observed in 7 patients (10.14%) and one patient died before the surgical issue in renal failure. The early post-operative course has been uneventful in 78.7% (48 cases) and complicated in 21.3% (21 cases). Conclusions: Open surgery tends to disappear at the expense of the endopyelotomy and laparoscopy which gives best results. However, it is still relevant.

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Hounnasso, P. , Georges Avakoudjo, J. , Yde Soumanou, F. , Djidjoho, G. , Agounkpe, M. , Natchagande, G. , Dandjlessa, O. , Yevi, M. , Traore, m. , Jacquet, D. , Sewa, V. and Ouedraogo, S. (2015) Evaluation of the Management Results of Uretero-Pelvic Junction Abnormalities. Open Journal of Urology, 5, 167-171. doi: 10.4236/oju.2015.59026.

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