Unusual Presentation of Urethral Caruncle in a 2 Year Old Child: a Case Report

  title={Unusual Presentation of Urethral Caruncle in a 2 Year Old Child: a Case Report},
  author={Ibrahim Adamu Yakasai and Isa Sadeeq Abubakar},
The most common lesion of the female urethra, are urethral caruncles. They are benign fleshy outgrowths at the urethral meatus occurring primarily in postmenopausal women, though occasionally found in premenopausal women and prepubertal girls. Miss FA was brought by her mother to the gynaecological emergency unit of our hospital on the 8th July, 2012 with 1 week history of a lump protruding through the vagina associated with recurrent vaginal bleeding. Examination under general anaesthesia… CONTINUE READING


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