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MP term:double ureter
Synonym: complete ureteral duplication
Synonym: duplex ureter
Synonym: duplicated ureter
Synonym: duplication of ureter
MP id: MP:0011493
Definition: two ureters open separately into the renal pelvis superiorly and drain separately into the urinary bladder or genital tract; if two ureteral buds arise from the Wolffian duct, a duplex kidney with complete ureteral duplication ensues where the additional ureter may result in a ureterocele, or an ectopic ureter
Number of paths to term: 1

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mammalian phenotype
        is-arenal/urinary system phenotype
                is-aabnormal renal/urinary system morphology
                        is-aabnormal ureter morphology
                                is-aabnormal kidney pelvis morphology +
                                is-aabnormal ureter development +
                                is-aabnormal ureter smooth muscle morphology +
                                is-aabnormal ureter topology
                                is-aabnormal ureter urothelium morphology +
                                is-aabsent ureter
                                is-abifid ureter
                                is-ablind ureter
                                is-adilated ureter
                                is-adouble ureter [MP:0011493] (15 genotypes, 15 annotations)
                                is-aectopic ureter
                                is-alarge ureter
                                is-ashort ureter
                                is-aureter hypoplasia
                                is-aureter obstruction
                                is-aureter stenosis

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