Complex transplant ureteric stent - 12 June 2018

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This tight ureteric stricture required a micro wire (Meister 0.018") and microcatheter to cross.

This was then upsized to a 0.035" system to allow balloon dilatation (presumed ischaemic stricture) and stenting.

It is very unusual to need a 0.018" systemt to cross ureteric strictures, but it can be very useful.

Dr Phil Haslam, consultant interventional and uroradiologist

Dr Georgia Priona, specialist registrar radiology

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