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Neonatal Duplicated Urinary Bladder MRI

Neonatal MRI of abdomen and pelvis showing renal abnormality duplicated bladder and phallus.

  • red arrow - collapsed right bladder
  • blue arrow - distended left bladder
  • orange arrow - midline septum
  • yellow arrow - right phallus
  • green arrow - left phallus


Links: Renal System - Abnormalities | Urinary Bladder Development | Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Reference

Gajbhiye V, Nath S, Ghosh P, Chatterjee A, Haldar D & Das SK. (2015). Complete duplication of the urinary bladder: An extremely rare congenital anomaly. Urol Ann , 7, 91-3. PMID: 25657554 DOI.

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Complete duplication of the urinary bladder: An extremely rare congenital anomaly. Gajbhiye V, Nath S, Ghosh P, Chatterjee A, Haldar D, Das SK. Urol Ann. 2015 Jan-Mar;7(1):91-3. doi: 10.4103/0974-7796.148629. PMID 25657554

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