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Figure 3: Effmann classification of urethral duplication. Type I is incomplete urethral duplication (accessory urethra); Type IA, distal; Type IB, proximal; Type II, complete urethral duplication; Type IIA1, two noncommunicating urethras arising independently from bladder and opening in two different meatus; Type IIA2, a second channel arising from the first and coursing independently to a second meatus; Type IIA2 (Y-type duplication); Type IIB, two urethras arising from the bladder or posterior urethra and uniting to form a common channel; and Type III, urethral duplication associated with duplication of bladder and penis

Figure 3: Effmann classification of urethral duplication. Type I is incomplete urethral duplication (accessory urethra); Type IA, distal; Type IB, proximal; Type II, complete urethral duplication; Type IIA1, two noncommunicating urethras arising independently from bladder and opening in two different meatus; Type IIA2, a second channel arising from the first and coursing independently to a second meatus; Type IIA2 (Y-type duplication); Type IIB, two urethras arising from the bladder or posterior urethra and uniting to form a common channel; and Type III, urethral duplication associated with duplication of bladder and penis