Discussion of Pear-shaped bladder
- The bladder assumes the shape of a pear when it undergoes extrinsic compression due to excess tissue in the pelvis.
- Causes include:
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 References for Pear-shaped bladder
- Clare J. Roche, David P. O’Keeffe, W. Kit Lee, Vinay A. Duddalwar, William C. Torreggiani, and John M. Curtis. Selections from the Buffet of Food Signs in Radiology. RadioGraphics 2002 22: 1369-1384.