Teardrop bladder: demonstration by magnetic resonance imaging.

Abstract

Teardrop deformity of the urinary bladder and ureteral deviation may be caused by iliopsoas hypertrophy. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) findings in such a case are described, and the potential advantages of MRI in evaluating the pelvis are discussed.

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@article{Cohen1987TeardropBD, title={Teardrop bladder: demonstration by magnetic resonance imaging.}, author={Jacqueline M. Cohen and Jeffery C Weinreb}, journal={Urology}, year={1987}, volume={30 2}, pages={168-70} }