Inferior vesical fistula: A rare case report of exstrophy variant with literature review

Vini Joseph, Suraj Gandhi, Syamantak Basu, Neha Sisodiya Shenoy, Hemanshi Shah

Abstract


We present a rare case of exstrophy variant - inferior vesical fistula. A two-year-old boy with normal continence presented with a suprapubic pit and mucosal plate on the penile dorsum. Examination and cystoscopy revealed vesical fistula. The fistula was closed and the penis was reconstructed. Recognition of the exstrophy variant is important because the treatment and prognosis are very different.


Keywords


Bladder exstrophy, variants of exstrophy, vesical fistula

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14534/j-pucr.2019655915

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