Urethral prolapse in the premenarcheal female.

Abstract

Urethral prolapse in the premenarcheal female manifests as vaginal bleeding and a periurethral mass. In the past, the recommended management was surgical excision or cautery. However, conservative management has been shown to have excellent results. Five premenarcheal patients with urethral prolapse treated by conservative therapy are presented. Treatment… (More)

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