Abscess of urachal remnants presenting with acute abdomen: a case series

@inproceedings{Tazi2012AbscessOU,
  title={Abscess of urachal remnants presenting with acute abdomen: a case series},
  author={Fadl Mohammed Tazi and Mustapha Ahsaini and Abdelhak Khalouk and S. Mellas and Roos E Stuurman-Wieringa and Mohammed Jamal Elfassi and Moulay Hassan Farih},
  booktitle={Journal of medical case reports},
  year={2012}
}
INTRODUCTION Urachal diseases are rare and may develop from a congenital anomaly in which a persistent or partial reopening of the fetal communication between the bladder and the umbilicus persists. The most frequently reported urachal anomalies in adults are infected urachal cyst and urachal carcinoma. The diagnosis of this entity is not always easy because of the rarity of these diseases and the atypical symptoms at presentation. Imaging techniques, such as ultrasonography and computed… CONTINUE READING
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