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Direct renal pelvic puncture in the bacteriologic study in patients with uretero-intestinal urinary diversion (a new technic for diagnosis of upper urinary tract infection)



Direct renal pelvic puncture in the bacteriologic study in patients with uretero-intestinal urinary diversion (a new technic for diagnosis of upper urinary tract infection)



Hinyokika Kiyo. Acta Urologica Japonica 33(1): 43-46



The renal pelvis of ten patients with ileal or colonic conduit was punctured with a 22G spinal needle under fluoroscopic guidance. Renal pelvic urine was obtained from nine patients. Two patients temporarily developed gross hematuria as a complication due to this procedure. The obtained renal pelvic urine was investigated bacteriologically. Direct renal pelvic puncture was concluded to be a useful and safe technique for locating urinary tract infection. Reflux of infected urine into the renal pelvis did not occur in any of the nine patients who had no obstruction of the ileal or colonic conduit.

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