American practitioner and news . Fig. 10. Disease in Duplicate Ureters. 35 Partial Unilateral Ureteral Duplicity—(Dextra). Fig. 11.—Male foetus. -Ventral view.—-Left kidney andureter normal. Right ureteral hydroureter. Prom theproximal isthmuse of the right ureter a ureter (blind)arises and again enters (blind) the same ureter in the ureteral pelvic dilatation. There is one vesical ureteralorifice in the right side of the trigone. It is an oblitera-ted ureteral lost—a rare specimen. Death from pulmonaryatelectasis. This is the only ease of this kind that I haveobserved in specimens or literatu
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