Bilateral megaureters as seen on US. The most important findings of MRI are:
- well-defined bladder within pelvic area (no extrophy)
- normal meconial filling of the colon with physiological rectal pouch
- normal spinal cord and no sign of sacral defect
- no obvious hydrometrocolpos
These findings are important to rule out associated malformations in the spectrum of a persistent cloaca in a female fetus.
A sharp eye may witness a separate pyelix at the lower pole of the right kindney on the coronal T2w image.