A collection of extravasated urine. SYN: urinary cyst.

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uri·no·ma .yu̇r-ə-'nō-mə n, pl -mas also -ma·ta -mət-ə a cyst that contains urine

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uri·no·ma (u″rĭ-noґmə) [urine + -oma] a collection of urine encapsulated by fibrous tissue, resulting from leakage of urine from a tear in the ureter, renal pelvis, or renal calices because of obstruction of the ureter; it may be a result of external trauma or a postoperative complication. Called also paranephric, pararenal, or uriniferous pseudocyst.

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