cloacal bladder

cloacal bladder

[klō′ā·kəl ′blad·ər]
(vertebrate zoology)
A diverticulum of the cloacal wall in monotremes, amphibians, and some fish, into which urine is forced from the cloaca.
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It is therefore important to look on the fetal MRI for additional lesions, such as an omphalocele, a cloacal bladder exstrophy, an imperforate anus, and nonspecific pelvic and renal abnormalities, according to Dr.