Posterior urethral valve masquerading as the prune belly syndrome.

Abstract

Four infants are presented who in addition to having a posterior urethral valve showed striking clinical and radiological features usually associated with the prune belly syndrome. Evidence is presented which suggests that these two conditions may coexist.

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@article{Aaronson1983PosteriorUV, title={Posterior urethral valve masquerading as the prune belly syndrome.}, author={Ian A. Aaronson}, journal={British journal of urology}, year={1983}, volume={55 5}, pages={508-12} }