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Figure 1: A 47-year-old female underwent transvaginal repair for vesicovaginal fistula acquired after a hysterectomy. (a) Plain X-ray of kidney, ureter, and bladder region shows deviation of the tip of the Foley's catheter toward the right side pelvic wall (white solid arrow). (b) Filling cystogram showing the presence of inflated Foley's catheter (hollow white arrow) inside the lower part of the right ureter with pyelogram and extravasation of the contrast agent around the kidney.

Figure 1: A 47-year-old female underwent transvaginal repair for vesicovaginal fistula acquired after a hysterectomy. (a) Plain X-ray of kidney, ureter, and bladder region shows deviation of the tip of the Foley's catheter toward the right side pelvic wall (white solid arrow). (b) Filling cystogram showing the presence of inflated Foley's catheter (hollow white arrow) inside the lower part of the right ureter with pyelogram and extravasation of the contrast agent around the kidney.