Non-dilated obstructive uropathy (NDOU) is a condition of renal insufficiency characterized by functional kidney failure and inability of collective system to dilate because of several causes, e.g. hypotension, severe oliguria or dehydration. TUR-syndrome is a complication of bladder resection possibly leading to this condition through electrolytic disequilibrium after fluids reabsorption. We present the case of a patient with solitary kidney suffering from this uropathy regardless of mild electrolytic disorders and small bladder perforations. Prompt diagnosis and management with ureteral stent or nephrostomy tube are imperative in this setting.
Non dilated obstructive uropathy secondary to tur-syndrome in patient with solitary kidney / Agostini, Edoardo; Pretore, Eugenio; De Angelis, Maria Vittoria; Milanese, Giulio; Galosi, Andrea. - In: UROLOGY CASE REPORTS. - ISSN 2214-4420. - 45:(2022), p. 102254. [10.1016/j.eucr.2022.102254]