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Figure 2: On magnetic resonance imaging (coronal, sagittal, and axial views) studies, the blind ending ureteric duct showed hyperintense signal on T1 and T2 sequences but a relatively low signal intensity to that of the pelvicalyceal system of the crossed fused kidneys and was not suppressed on stir sequence. The lower end of left ureteric duct is opening into the prostatic urethra

Figure 2: On magnetic resonance imaging (coronal, sagittal, and axial views) studies, the blind ending ureteric duct showed hyperintense signal on T1 and T2 sequences but a relatively low signal intensity to that of the pelvicalyceal system of the crossed fused kidneys and was not suppressed on stir sequence. The lower end of left ureteric duct is opening into the prostatic urethra