Female patient, 51 years of age who by reason of uterine fibroids decided two months ago, transvaginal surgery for this, using international medical insurance, she moved to Miami, where she underwent surgery. Since then he has noticed malaise, feeling of increased volume of his belly, getting to have dyspnea on minimal exertion and difficulty mobilizing. In subsequent check with the doctor who intervened, he was told that the surgery was perfect. After consulting a doctor in the country, it is decided to test for assessing the current situation. The abdominal sonographic examination showed a large amount of ascites in all quadrants of the upper abdomen and suprapubic region and inland trans-vaginal tests for the presence of large amount of ascites. The right kidney was hydronephrotic dilatation grade I, suggesting that during surgery the right ureter was injured. The doctor decides to paracentesis, extracting content light yellow liquid reported as ascites.
With linear Transducer surface area is scanned right iliac fossa and small fluid collection is seen approx 2.2 x 0.8 cm corresponding to skin area with changing color on the far right of the surgical scar.
|Riñón Izquierdo normal|
|Área del Hipocondrio Izquierdo|