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(A,B): Sagittal midline scan (A) demonstrating a grossly dilated thin walled bladder occupying most of the ballooned out abdomen. Sagittal oblique scans (B) with left half of the image demonstrating grossly dilated thin and smooth walled urinary bladder continuous with the enormously dilated left upper urinary tract. Observe the pelvicalyectatic but not so grossly dilated right kidney with thin parenchymal mantle in paraspinal region in the right half of the image. Note the asymmetry in the involvement of upper urinary tract and severe oligohydramnios

(A,B): Sagittal midline scan (A) demonstrating a grossly dilated thin walled bladder occupying most of the ballooned out abdomen. Sagittal oblique scans (B) with left half of the image demonstrating grossly dilated thin and smooth walled urinary bladder continuous with the enormously dilated left upper urinary tract. Observe the pelvicalyectatic but not so grossly dilated right kidney with thin parenchymal mantle in paraspinal region in the right half of the image. Note the asymmetry in the involvement of upper urinary tract and severe oligohydramnios