Posterior urethral valve presenting with urethral stone: a challenging diagnosis
Keywords:PUV, Urethral stone, Valves
Posterior urethral valve is one of the most common causes of urethral obstruction in male neonates. Posterior urethral valve is now a day commonly diagnosed in prenatal USG. PUV can cause symptoms ranging from pulmonary hypoplasia to renal insufficiency. We are presenting a case report of a rare association of a large urethral calculus secondary to Posterior urethral valve in a 4 years old child who presented with difficulty while micturition. PUV is common finding in male children, which mainly presents with difficult micturition. This case was a rare association of urethral calculi secondary to valves presenting with painful micturition.
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