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Click Girl with McKusick-Kaufman syndrome. Cystography at neonatal period.

Click A 3-month-old girl with McKusick-Kaufman syndrome. Cystographic images: AP view (position 1), lateral view (position and 3) reveal compressed bladder left anterolaterally by a posterior soft tissue density and a fistulous tract into a small posterior blind pouch.

Click 3-month-old girl with McKusick-Kaufman syndrome. Axial T1 weighted spin echo sequence without contrast demonstrates hydrometra, atretic cervix, compressed bladder, and atretic proximal vaginal pouch.

Click 3-month-old girl with McKusick-Kaufman syndrome. Coronal T1 weighted spin echo sequence without contrast demonstrates hydrometra, atretic cervix, compressed bladder, and atretic proximal vaginal pouch.

Click 3-month-old girl with McKusick-Kaufman syndrome. Coronal T2 weighted gradient echo sequence without contrast demonstrates hydrometra, atretic cervix, compressed bladder, and atretic proximal vaginal pouch.

Click 3-month-old girl with McKusick-Kaufman syndrome. Sagittal T2 weighted gradient echo sequence without contrast demonstrates hydrometra, atretic cervix, compressed bladder, and atretic proximal vaginal pouch.

Click 3-month-old girl with McKusick-Kaufman syndrome. Axial T2 weighted spin echo sequence without contrast demonstrates hydrometra, atretic cervix, compressed bladder, and atretic proximal vaginal pouch.

Click 3-month-old girl with McKusick-Kaufman syndrome. Coronal T2 weighted spin echo sequence without contrast demonstrates hydrometra, atretic cervix, compressed bladder, and atretic proximal vaginal pouch.

Click 3-month-old girl with McKusick-Kaufman syndrome. Sagittal T2 weighted spin echo sequence without contrast demonstrates hydrometra, atretic cervix, compressed bladder, and atretic proximal vaginal pouch.