Sonographic findings in the prenatal diagnosis of bladder exstrophy

American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology
R JaffeJ Ovadia

Abstract

A case of bladder exstrophy diagnosed in utero by ultrasonography is reported, and the specific sonographic features of this anomaly are presented. Early predelivery diagnosis led to prompt surgical intervention after birth with good neonatal outcome.

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