Ectopic ureters are identified bilaterally. The caudal termination of the ureters is identified at the level of the
urinary bladder neck/proximal urethra. As contrast medium is not identified within the urethra, and urine
incontinence is not reported, the exact level of ureteral termination relative to the urinary bladder sphincter is
difficult to determine. The presence of probable right ureteral wall thickening is most likely associated with
ureteritis secondary to the ureterocoele. These changes should be correlated with clinical history, physical
examination findings, bloodwork results and urinalysis/culture. Cystoscopic/surgical intervention should be
considered as clinically indicated.