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Among all congenital abnormalities, anomalies of urinary tract comprise about one quarter in which the incidence of double ureter is 1 in 125 or 0.8% is rather common, whereas the bilateral complete double ureter is still a rarer condition. We observed bilateral duplex renal pelves and ureters in a female cadaver during routine dissection. The ureters were opening into the bladder separately. Such cases of bilateral double ureters are often associated with repeated urinary tract infections, stone formation and hydronephrosis.
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