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Med Arch. 2012; 66(3): 206-208


Penile Duplication in Newborn with Multiple Anomalies

Mediha Kardasevic, Fatima Begic, Mujo Sivic.

Abstract
We present a case of male, premature born child with multiple anomalies. The physical status was dominated by penile duplication, with additional, abortion scrotum in the median line, without palpable content and omphalocele with semi septum of the anus. By ultrasound examination of internal organs, we found a complex congenital heart anomaly, multiple anomalies in abdomen and micro calcifications in the central nervous system. General condition of the child required a prolonged mechanical ventilation and intensive care, so with clinical picture of liver failure at the age of 45 days occurred fetal outcome.

Key words: penile duplication, newborn.


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