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Urogenital fistulas are abnormal communications between the female genital tract and the bladder, urethra, or ureters. The etiology and incidence of urogenital tract fistulas vary geographically. In the United States and other developed countries, these fistulas are uncommon and are most often sequelae of gynecologic surgery, and less often as a result of obstetric injury, severe pelvic pathology or radiation therapy. In contrast, in developing countries, urogenital fistulas are a common complication of obstructed labor during childbirth. In developed countries, patients with successfully repaired bladder and ureteral fistulas usually have no residual problems. In developing countries, incontinence often persists due to the bladder neck and urethral sphincter injury, abnormal detrusor activity, vaginal strictures, and fibrosis of the bladder.