Keyhole sign (posterior urethral valves)
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The keyhole sign is an ultrasonographic sign seen in boys with posterior urethral valves. It refers to the appearance of the proximal urethra (which is dilated) and an associated thick walled distended bladder which on ultrasound may resemble a keyhole.