. American journal of obstetrics and gynecology. ilatation.Undoubtedly many gynecologists have noticed dilated ureters in casesof procidentia. There has, hitherto, been no general recognition of thefact that the uterine prolapse may bear an etiologic relationship tothe ureter dilatation. The only reference to this fact that has come •Rc.id at the Forty-eighth Annual Meeting of the American Gynecological Society,Hot Springs. a.. May 21-23, 1923. BRETTAUEK AND RUBIN: HYDROURETER AND HYDRONEPHROSIS 697 to our notice is to be found in the anatomic study of genital prolapseby Tandler and Halban. T
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