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The goblet sign refers to the appearance of the ureter when focally dilated by an intraluminal mass. It is best seen when the ureter is opacified from below, by a retrograde ureterogram.
Although most frequently caused by are transitional cell carcinoma a number of other entities can lead to the same appearance 1:
- transitional cell carcinoma of the ureter : most common
- metastatic disease