[Magnetic resonance imaging as the primary diagnostic method for ectopic discharging ureteral insertion of a dysplastic kidney].


Ectopic ureters associated with dysplastic kidneys remain a diagnostic dilemma. Ultrasound, endoscopy as well as intravenous urography do not always show correct urinary tract morphology and function. We report the case of a 6-year-old girl with continuous urine dribbling to demonstrate the diagnostic value of MR urography. 


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