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IP International Journal of Medical Paediatrics and Oncology

Complete Diphallia with no other associated congenital anomaly

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Author Details : Nandini Sharma, Sonal Gupta, Mohit Goyal, Sunita Sattavan

Volume : 3, Issue : 3, Year : 2017

Article Page : 136-136

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We report a case of Diphallus in a term – appropriate for gestational age, male child weighing 3.1 kg with abnormal genitalia i.e. double penises one below the other with normal scrotum and normal sized testis. No other congenital anomaly was apparent. USG revealed single urinary bladder and normal intra abdominal organs. Baby was voiding through the bottom penis. MCU revealed a single urinary bladder with duplication of the urethra with a blind end in the orthotopic penis. There was no evidence of VUR. Surgical treatment was offered. However, unfortunately the patient was lost on follow up.

How to cite : Sharma N, Gupta S, Goyal M, Sattavan S, Complete Diphallia with no other associated congenital anomaly. IP Int J Med Paediatr Oncol 2017;3(3):136-136

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