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Figure 1: Patient number 15 - Transrectal ultrasound (TRUS) image showing left seminal vesicle (SV) agenesis or hypoplasia (arrow). The magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) was compatible with seminal vesiculitis (arrow). Patients 20 and 30 - The SVs appeared unilaterally normal on TRUS images (arrow), while MRI demonstrated agenesis or hypoplasia (arrow) on the same side. Patient 21 - A normal left SV can be seen on TRUS image (arrow), while the MRI was interpreted as hypoplasia of the SV and seminal vesiculitis.

Figure 1: Patient number 15 - Transrectal ultrasound (TRUS) image showing left seminal vesicle (SV) agenesis or hypoplasia (arrow). The magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) was compatible with seminal vesiculitis (arrow). Patients 20 and 30 - The SVs appeared unilaterally normal on TRUS images (arrow), while MRI demonstrated agenesis or hypoplasia (arrow) on the same side. Patient 21 - A normal left SV can be seen on TRUS image (arrow), while the MRI was interpreted as hypoplasia of the SV and seminal vesiculitis.