American practitioner and news . ossess ureteral duplicity (partialor complete—as I found in 100 consecutive autopsies) andtwenty-five per eent. of said subjects are afflicted withdisease of one of the duplicate ureters, it behooves thephysician to remember that at least one subject in 100may possess ureteral duplicity with one of the duplicateureters ill. Disease in Duplicate Ureters -5 Unilateral Urbtbral Duplicity (Dextra). Fig. 1.—Dorsal view.—The distal ureter markedly dila-ted, (hydroureter). The ureter is not absolutely duplicate—an ineh of the distal ureteral ends coalesce and dilatepr
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