Ureteric False Passage

Ureteric False Passage is caused by injury during a procedure like ureteroscopy.

Causes
- Injury during a procedure like ureteroscopy can cause a false passage.
- Usually occurs in during ureteroscopy for ureteric stones.
- It occurs where the ureteric mucosa is inflamed and edematous.
- Sites of narrowing in the ureter are more prone to perforation and false passage.
- Usually happens when a safety guide wire does not cross the narrow section.

Management
A Double J stent across the site of the injury for 4-6 weeks and allows the ureteral mucosa to heal
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The procedure/surgery depicted in this video is for information purpose only. Depending on the patient condition, the procedure/surgery methodology could vary in actuality.

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