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What’s Your Diagnosis?

Test your knowledge with the September 2019 Brain Teaser

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This contrast study (IVP) in a two-year-old female Yorkshire shows that both ureters end up in the neck of the bladder.

Question 1: What is your diagnosis?
Question 2: What is the most common consequence?
Question 3: What is the best treatment?

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