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DDx for papillary necrosis
NSAID = most common cause

Nonsteroidals
Sickle cell
Analgesic nephropathy
Infection (usually TB)
Diabetes
Ureteral filling defect
most common is radiolucent stone. Next most common is ureteral tumor, mainly transitional cell carcinoma. Other possibilities or blood clot, sloughed papilla, infectious debris, air bubble.
Most commonplace for transitional cell carcinoma
bladder, 90%
next most commonplace for transitional cell carcinoma
pelvicalyceal system, 9%
third most common place for transitional cell carcinoma
ureter -- only 1% developed in this location. Suggestive evidence is the cute margins with ureteral wall or retraction of the rear wall. When there is involvement of the ureter TCC, there is a very high risk of synchronous or actress involvement of other portions of your feeling.
Calcified renal mass
60% will be RCCA. 30% of renal cell carcinomas calcified. Only 2% of renal cysts calcified.