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E. coli is the most common Gram-negative bacteria causing neonatal meningitis, and E. coli meningitis continues to be an important cause of mortality and morbidity throughout the world. Recent reports of E. coli meningitis caused by antimicrobial resistant strains are a particular concern. These findings indicate that a novel strategy is needed to identify… (More)
Clitoral masses are rare. We present a case report of a prepubescent female with a periclitoral mass.
Ectopic ureter is a rare cause of urinary incontinence in children. Symptomatic cases are unlikely to resolve spontaneously, and incontinence are often associated with significant psychological impact on these children. This case series of 2 older children with missed ectopic ureters by the urologic community outline workup for persistent urinary… (More)
Reflux nephropathy is thought to be the etiology for renal maldevelopment. We present two boys with fetal hydronephrosis and sterile vesicoureteral reflux (VUR). There was lack of renal growth of the refluxing renal units on surveillance renal ultrasound. Parents elected to undergo open ureteral reimplants. Post-surgical ultrasounds demonstrated improved… (More)