About - Ureterocele is caused by a congenital problem with the opening of the ureter into the baldder. It appears as a floating pouch or swelling inside the baldder and the size varies depending on the amount of urine inside the pouch.
Symptoms: Pain – radiating from the flank to groin or genitals region.
Problems - It may obstruct flow of urine and cause infection and dilatation of the kidney, UTI, painful urination, increased frequency and urgency, foul smelling urine, blood in urine, urinary incontinence and rarely appear as a swelling seen in lower section of abdomen.
Treatment - Done through endoscopic or surgical removal.
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