Left kidney showing a duplicated collecting system Figure 5: Sagittal gray scale image of the left kidney showing a duplicated collecting system. An 18-month-old girl returns for a follow-up appointment with her urologist. She has a history of grade 3 vesicoureteral reflux (VUR) into the lower pole of a duplex left kidney identified at 4 months of age following febrile urinary tract infections (UTI). (See Figure 5.) She is healthy, takes prophylactic antibiotics, and has not experienced additional UTIs. Her growth and development are normal.

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