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Figure 7: Bilateral percutaneous nephrostomogram revealing multiple filling defects along the upper ureter, bilaterally, representing sumucosal granulomas (empty arrowheads). The large filling defect noted in the (R) ureter is a calculus (white arrow). The high density of the contrast in the collecting systems is obscuring the sumucosal granulomas; however, irregularity along the medial pelvic margin gives a clue to the presence of the same (solid arrowheads)

Figure 7: Bilateral percutaneous nephrostomogram revealing multiple filling defects along the upper ureter, bilaterally, representing sumucosal granulomas (empty arrowheads). The large filling defect noted in the (R) ureter is a calculus (white arrow). The high density of the contrast in the collecting systems is obscuring the sumucosal granulomas; however, irregularity along the medial pelvic margin gives a clue to the presence of the same (solid arrowheads)