extrophy


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extrophy

n. extrofia. V.: eversion
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2) Widespread CG is seen in bladder extrophy, (2) neurogenic bladder, (11) and in association with pelvic lipomatosis.
These grafts will potentially be used to surgically repair, either in the fetus or immediately following birth, certain prenatally diagnosed birth defects that could include congenital diaphragmatic hernia, tracheal and chest wall defects, bladder extrophy and various cardiac anomalies.
In an unusual case reported by Tinckler (5) three separate appendices were found to arise from a single caecum in a child with extrophy of the urinary bladder.
Christchurch stomal therapist Beth Dunstan presented a case study on bladder extrophy, ie where the bladder is outside the body.