Multiple congenital polyps of the verumontanum in a boy: A case report

Luiz G. Freitas Filho, Fabiana S Diostenes, Natasha Mourão, Nilton Crepaldi Vicente


Congenital urethral polyps are a rare cause of obstructive urinary symptoms in childhood. The diagnosis is usually made by ultrasonography, voiding cystourethrogram, and urethrocystoscopy. We report the case of a 7-year-old boy with multiple congenital polyps of the verumontanum, who had symptoms of abdominal pain, urinary tract infection and nocturnal enuresis, and whose symptoms totally disappeared following electrofulguration of the polyps.


Polyps, urethra, verumontanum, voiding dysfunction

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