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Congenital ectopic ureters without urinary incontinence
Congenital ectopic ureters are sometimes seen in both dogs and cats. In most cases, urinary incontinence is the owner´s chief complaint and the reason for consulting a veterinarian. But there are also at least one male dog and one male cat without this sign, as this very interesting case report shows!

A male dog and cat were evaluated because of clinical signs associated with hydronephrosis.

Both animals had ectopic ureters, but neither had urinary incontinence.

The diagnoses were made by use of ultrasonography, excretory urography, retrograde urethrocystography, and surgery.

In both animals, hydronephrosis was bilateral but of unequal severity, such that unilateral ureteronephrectomy could be performed.

Both animals underwent ureteroneocystostomy of the remaining ureter.

This treatment resulted in good clinical outcome during follow-up periods of 18 months and 3 years.



Source: Steffey MA, Brockman DJ.(2004): Congenital ectopic ureters in a continent male dog and cat. In: J Am Vet Med Assoc. 2004 May 15;224(10):1607-10, 1605.



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