Scholars International Journal of Anatomy and Physiology (SIJAP) | Volume-3;-Issue-07
Original Research Article
July 26, 2020
Duplication of Ureter in the Cadaveric Dissection: A Systematic Review
Dr. Chaudhari Gunwant, Dr. Chaudhari Heena, Dr. Singel T. C, Dr. Sonawane Monali
Page Numbers : 57-61
DOI : 10.36348/sijap.2020.v03i07.001
Ureteric duplication is the most common anomaly of urinary system. It may be complete, incomplete, unilateral or bilateral. In the present systematic review, we searched online databases according to PRISMA method for the availability of literature in the form of original research articles as well as case reports describing the duplication of ureter in the human cadaveric dissection for the duration from January 2011 to May 2020. We include 8 original research articles and 14 case reports in the present study. We thoroughly discuss all these articles on the basis of unilateral or bilateral; complete or incomplete duplication of ureter as well as other associated abnormalities of urogenital system. Data compilation of all these studies show higher incidence of left incomplete ureteric duplication as compared to right incomplete ureteric duplication. No such difference was found for the incidence of left and right complete ureteric duplication.
July 28, 2020
Evaluating the Origin of Arterial in Ectopic Kidneys: About 4 Cases
Hounton SED Laleye CM, Hadonou AA, Agossou C, Videgla BL, Baglo AKM, Lokossou AL, Adjadohoun SM, Yekpe AP, Hounnou GM, Biaou O, Agossou-Voyeme AK
Page Numbers : 62-65
DOI : 10.36348/sijap.2020.v03i07.002
Objective: To Study 4 cases of vascular anatomy of ectopic kidneys about. Clinical cases: The first case is marked by two pelvic kidneys vascularized by an artery of homolateral iliac origin, of which that of the right gives two branches to the left kidney. The second case found a right iliac kidney vascularized mainly by a renal artery from the contralateral common iliac and two accessory arteries, one from the abdominal aorta and the other from the ipsilateral common iliac. The third case, note two iliac kidneys including that of the right received its vascularization of the abdominal aorta by two arteries and that of the left received his of the common iliac ipsilateral, abdominal aorta and one of the arteries right renal. The fourth case, is a right iliac kidney receiving its vascularization of the aorta by two arteries and contralateral common iliac by a branch. Message to remember: The arterial vasculature of the ectopic kidney originates at the level at which the migration stopped. Given the variability in the number, origin, route and termination of ectopic kidney arteries, it is important to know them for the adequate management of renal vascular diseases, especially the renal artery interventional and follow-up. renal transplantation.