Hydrophobic fluid is a very common disease in life, it has a great impact on the human body. Once patients found suffering from hydronephrosis, need to take timely treatment, it is necessary to understand the etiology of hydronephrosis. So, what are the causes of hydronephrosis? The following is an introduction by nephrology experts .
First, congenital causes: congenital causes include ureteral stricture, segmental non-functioning, ureteral adhesions and ureteral openings and so on. Ureteral stenosis occurs at the junction of the ureteropelvic ureter, showing incomplete obstruction and secondary distortion, which will affect the delivery of urine, resulting in hydronephrosis; when the junction of the ureteropelvic or upper ureteral segmental muscle defects will affect the normal peristalsis of the ureter, resulting in congenital giant ureter, manifested as hydronephrosis; ureter distorted, adhesions or bands and other conditions will hinder the normal operation of the ureter, resulting in the formation of hydronephrosis, this situation may be caused by congenital factors or acquired factors.
Second, acquired factors: Local fixation caused by tumors and polyps or inflammation in the pelvis and ureter, it will lead to ureteral distortion, coupled with fibrosis around the ureter will eventually lead to the emergence of hydronephrosis.
Third, the extraneous factor: Some arterial or venous lesions may lead to the emergence of hydronephrosis, and therefore need to actively prevent various diseases.
The above is a detailed description of the causes of hydronephrosis, I hope to be helpful for you, if you have any other questions, you can click on the online consultation, our hospital experts will explain to you about more detailed content.