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 Indian J Med Microbiol  
 

Entities which may cause prune-belly syndrome. (a) Enlarged bladder, ureters and severe hydronephrosis in a fetus of 32 weeks maturity due to posterior urethral valves. (b) Massively enlarged urinary bladder entirely filling the fetal abdomen in a fetus (female) of about 24 weeks maturity due to urethral atresia. (c) Transverse and longitudinal scan shows massively enlarged kidneys in a fetus of 31 weeks maturity.

Entities which may cause prune-belly syndrome.
(a) Enlarged bladder, ureters and severe
hydronephrosis in a fetus of 32 weeks maturity due to
posterior urethral valves.
(b) Massively enlarged urinary bladder entirely filling
the fetal abdomen in a fetus (female) of about 24 weeks
maturity due to urethral atresia.
(c) Transverse and longitudinal scan shows massively
enlarged kidneys in a fetus of 31 weeks maturity.