Advances in Urology / 2012 / Article / Fig 2

Methodology Report

Computer-Enhanced Visual Learning Method to Teach Endoscopic Correction of Vesicoureteral Reflux: An Invitation to Residency Training Programs to Utilize the CEVL Method

Figure 2

Procedure as CEVL components in a case of grade IV reflux in an infant girl. Enter the ureter orifice. (a) After hard/soft flushing of irrigation hydrodistends the ureter meatus such that the injection needle may enter tunnel. Alternative methods of entry are described in the electronically accessed module. (b) Needle tip (colored overlay) has entered tunnel and is positioned to inject at the halfway mark (red oval) between orifice (not shown) and detrusor hiatus (blue oval).

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