Urethral and genital malformations in prune belly syndrome.

@article{Kroovand1982UrethralAG,
  title={Urethral and genital malformations in prune belly syndrome.},
  author={R. Lawrence Kroovand and R M Al-Ansari and Alan D. Perlmutter},
  journal={The Journal of urology},
  year={1982},
  volume={127 1},
  pages={94-6}
}
In addition to the typical triad of the prune belly syndrome, comprising abdominal wall muscle deficiency, urinary tract dilatation and cryptorchidism, anomalies of the lower urinary tract and genitalia can occur. Between January 1974 and December 1978 we evaluated and treated 19 boys with prune belly syndrome. All boys had an abnormally wide bladder neck… CONTINUE READING