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Pediatric Urology Case Reports
159 Publications
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  • Management issues in a patient of posterior urethral valve with Renal rickets

    Baksi, Ranjita; Patnaik, Saswat; Karan, Daisy; Swain, Niranjan; Sahoo, Subrat K (2015)
    Posterior urethral valves (PUV) are the most common cause of lower urinary tract obstruction in male neonates. The course and treatment of the disease can further be complicated if it coexists with Renal rickets. We present a rare case of PUV complicated with Renal rickets, which was managed successfully at our institution.

    Ganglioneuroma of the bladder: Case report and literature review

    Tubre, Ryan W.; Locke, Nathan; Kats, Alexander; Lee, Eugene; Murphy, J. Patrick (2015)
    Ganglioneuromas originate from neural crest sympathogonia of the autonomic nervous system. These tumors are benign, fully differentiated tumors that contain mature Schwann cells, ganglion cells, fibrous tissue and nerve fibers. Ganglioneuromas commonly localize in the abdominal and mediastinum regions, such as the adrenal gland, paraspinal retroperitoneum and posterior mediastinum. However, these tumors are rarely localized to the urinary bladder and, herein, we present a brief review of the ...

    Acute abdomen caused by spontaneous perforation of the urinary bladder in childhood: Report of one case

    Erol Basuguy; Serkan Arslan; Hikmet Zeytun; Mehmet Şerif Arslan; Mehmet Hanifi Okur; Bahattin Aydogdu; Ibrahim Uygun (2015)
    Spontaneous urinary bladder rupture in children is a very rare clinical occurrence that can be life threatening if left untreated. Patients usually present with symptoms of peritonitis and the correct diagnosis is usually made at surgery. Here, we present a case of spontaneous bladder perforation that was operated with a diagnosis of acute abdomen. No etiological factor for bladder perforation was found, and after the operation, the patient experienced no further problems.

    Scrotal approach for the correction of an abdominoscrotal hydrocele: Medium term follow-up

    Jaime Pérez,; Cristina Domínguez (2015)
    Describe the scrotal surgical approach for abdominoscrotal hydrocele (ASH) with preservation of testicular function with midterm follow-up. Two patients diagnosed with ASH and contralateral testicular abnormalities. Both had scrotal correction for ASH, one had contralateral testicular neonatal torsion and the other contralateral communicating hydrocele. Four-year follow-up no complications or recurrence, and normal Anti-Mullerian hormone level. This pathology is a clinical diagnosis and it is...

    Congenital anterior urethrocutaneous fistula: Report of two rare cases

    Aihole, Jayalaxmi Shripati; Munianjanappa, Narendrababu; Gowrishankar, Gowrishankar (2015)
    Isolated congenital anterior urethrocutaneous fistiula (CAUF) is a rare anomaly. CAUF can be defined as a fistula of the penile urethra associated with a normal foreskin, in which urethral meatus and prepuce are intact. Additionally, it may be associated with other anomalies such as congenital hernias and anorectal malformations. Treatment of CAUF is individualized according to site of fistula, associated anomalies and condition of the distal urethra. We are reporting our experience of two ca...
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