Urinary bladder surgery

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Bladder exstropy, more properly, the exstrophy-epispadias complex is a rare congenital anomaly occurring once every 40,000-50,000 live births with a 2:1 male:female ratio. The diagnosis involves a spectrum of anomalies of the lower abdominal wall, bladder, anterior bony pelvis, and external genitalia. Treatment is with surgical correction of the defect, but patients can still have long term issues with urinary tract infections and sexual dysfunction.

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