Semial vesicle filled with contrast media during IVU
History of left epididymitis and left testectomy. Benign prostate hyperplasia. Recently pollakiuria.
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Normal urinary excretion, renal pelvis and ureters are depicted on the IVU. No presence of calcified stones or dilatation of the urinary tract.
On the late image, after urination a reflux into the left seminal vesicle is detected.
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Thanks to Hajnalka Nagy, Izabella Reznek and Imre Zsolnai Nagy for their contribution to the case presentation.
Genital tract reflux is more likely after surgery or with the presence of anorectal malformations or other variation.
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