Cloacal Malformation

  • Etiology: one perineal opening for vagina, urethra, rectum
  • Imaging:

Radiology Cases of Cloacal Malformation

Lateral view (left) from a colostogram (lower left contrast collection) shows a rectovesical fistula with contrast filling the patient’s bladder (upper left contrast collection). Oblique view from later in the study (right) shows a filled bladder with a competent bladder neck, a long urethra-urogenital sinus and possibly a rudimentary vagina.
Clinical image of cloacal malformation
Clinical images show female external genitalia with no anus (left) and a single perineal orifice between the labia (right).