Abstract| Volume 32, ISSUE 2, P208, April 2019

34. Concurrent Evaluation For Congenital Reproductive & Urinary Tract Anomalies in Girls

      The genitourinary systems share a common embryologic primordium and malformations commonly co-occur. Urinary tract anomalies (UTA) can be life-threatening prompting early diagnosis, but reproductive tract anomalies (RTA) are not often diagnosed until workup for amenorrhea or infertility. Untreated obstructive pathologies particularly can lead to lasting, detrimental consequences. We investigated girls seen at our institution primarily for UTA or RTA who were evaluated for co-existing anomalies.
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