Occult bilateral ectopic vaginal ureters causing urinary incontinence: diagnosis by computed tomography
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- Pantuck, A., Barone, J., Rosenfeld, D. et al. Abdom Imaging (1996) 21: 78. doi:10.1007/s002619900018
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Diagnosis of an ectopic, infrasphincteric ureter can be difficult because the renal moiety drained by the ectopic ureter is often small and functions poorly. We present a 6-year-old girl with urinary incontinence caused by bilateral vaginal ectopic ureters that were not seen on excretory urography or renal sonography and were diagnosed only by contrast-enhanced computerized tomography.