Benign non-infected urachal cyst
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The urachus, or median umbilical ligament, is a midline tubular structure that extends upward from the anterior dome of the… Expand BACKGROUND
Urachal abnormalities are a rare cause of lower abdominal pain. They are often initially mistaken for more common… Expand The urachus is a fibrous cord that arises from the anterior bladder wall and extends cranially to the umbilicus. Traditionally… Expand PURPOSE
We compared outcomes following single or 2-stage repair of infected urachal cysts in the pediatric population… Expand The treatment of choice for persistent urachal anomaly is radical surgical excision intended to prevent complications, notably… Expand Urachal cyst is rather a rare lesion with interesting and different ways of presentation. More urachal cysts are being shown by… Expand Disorders of urachal remnants are uncommon. While a urachal cyst usually is asymptomatic, infection may mimic a variety of acute… Expand An infected urachal cyst classically presents with a tender lower midline abdominal mass and systemic signs of infection… Expand Urachal abnormalities are usually diagnosed early in life, so the finding of a patent urachus associated with an infected urachal… Expand A 5-year-old child presented with a recurrent infraumbilical abdominal mass. Clinical and sonographic diagnosis was consistent… Expand