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Pediatric Urology Case Reports
158 Publications
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  • Median raphe deviation, association with hypospadias and clinical significance: A case report and literature review

    Gorgu, Metin; Gokkaya, Ali; Dogan, Ali; Kizilkan, Jehat; Karanfil, Ertugrul (2018)
    Here, we present a case of hypospadias and median raphe deviation with literature review. A 4-yearold patient presented with subcoronal hypospadias and treated by using tubularized incised plate urethroplasty technique. Additionally, a longitudinal dorsal dartos flap was harvested and transposed to the ventral side by the buttonhole maneuver. The ventral view of the patient penis showed a 15 degree deviation to the right side of the center.

    Management and particular ultrasonographic finding in childhood acute scrotal swelling and pain associated with Henoch-Schönlein purpura: A case report and review of the literature

    Lasorella, Stefania; Verrotti, Alberto; Zagaroli, Luca; Iezzi, Maria Laura (2018)
    Henoch–Schönlein purpura (HSP), also known as immunoglobulin A (IgA) vasculitis, is a systemic vasculitis of unknown cause, mostly affecting children, in which complexes of IgA and components of complement are deposited on arterioles, capillaries, and venules. It is characterized by nonthrombocytopenic palpable purpura, abdominal pain, and arthritis. While renal involvement is well-known and frequent, scrotal involvement is uncommon and, therefore, not easy to be interpreted. Here, we report ...

    Superior vesical fissure in a case of prune belly syndrome with infravesical obstruction: Beneficial pop-off with a fatal congenital anomaly

    Singh, Umesh Bahadur; Singh, Shrikesh; Khan, Tanvir Roshan (2018)
    A wide spectrum of renal, ureteral, and urethral abnormalities has been reported in a patient born with Prune belly syndrome (PBS). The obstruction in the urinary tract can be found anywhere from uppermost (pelviureteral junction) to lowermost (prostatic membranous urethra) urinary tract. The mesenchymal developmental arrest is the main embryological factor responsible for the major features of the syndrome like urethral abnormalities or gastrointestinal abnormalities. PBS patients with ureth...

    Hypertrophic labia minora associated with recurrent urinary tract infections in two adolescents: Case reports and literature review

    Ozturk, Hulya; Astarci, Muzeyyen (2018)
    We presented two girls aged 11 and 14, which have similar complaints, applied at the different dates to our pediatric surgical outpatient clinic with complaints of left and right labia minora protrusion (respectively), urination difficulty, itching and malodor. The patients were reported to have symptomatic urinary tract infections every 2 to 3 months. Here, for reduction labioplasty, a simple edge technique and different surgical options were discussed with literature review.

    Congenital urethroperineal fistula with scrotal localization: A case report

    Ada, Mahamoud Omid Ali; Moustapha, Hellé; Habou, Oumarou; Soumana, Amadou; Maazou, Halidou; Abarchi, Habibou (2018)
    A congenital urethroperineal fistula (CUPF) is a rare malformation that can be considered an unusual form of urethral duplication. A 3-year-old boy presented with an orifice in the middle of his scrotum through which urinary leakage was observed during micturition. Retrograde and voiding urethrocystograms showed a fistula tract extending from the prostatic urethra to his perineum. He was successfully treated with resection of the fistula performed via a perineal approach. No clinical sign and...
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