Abstract: Ureteral injury or compromise can occur after pelvic floor reconstruction for prolapse. Therefore, it is routine to perform intraoperative urethrocystoscopy at end of the operative case to confirm ureteral patency. We show retrograde ureterogram before and after release of fixation sutures from bilateral sacrospinous ligament fixation performed for stage III vaginal prolapse. The fluoroscopic images presented are intended to help pelvic surgeons visualize what could occur during sacrospinous ligament fixation. Furthermore, this case report illustrates how angulation of the distal ureter, without complete obstruction, may result in renal compromise.