Neonatal Urinary Ascites due to Kinking of the Right Ureter

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Darfioes Basir
Darlan Darwis
E.M. Halimun
Asril Aminullah

Abstract

A case of neonatal urinary ascites in a female newborn infant due to kinking
of the right ureter is presented. The diagnosis was based on the following findings: clinically, the presence of ascites which was confirmed radiologically,
and by abdominal parfacentesis; by I.V.P. and operatively. After operative relief of the obstruction, the ascites disappeared and on the 8th day after operation she was discharged in a good condition.

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Basir D, Darwis D, Halimun E, Aminullah A. Neonatal Urinary Ascites due to Kinking of the Right Ureter. PI [Internet]. 13Jun.2017 [cited 19Nov.2019];18(9-10):274-. Available from: https://paediatricaindonesiana.org/index.php/paediatrica-indonesiana/article/view/1486
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Received 2017-06-05
Accepted 2017-06-05
Published 2017-06-13

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