7½-Year-Old Female Patient Referred with Complex Cloacal Malformation (Hendren Patient Case)

Case Overview: 
  • 7½-year-old female patient referred in 1985 with a complex cloacal problem
Follow Up: 
  • By age 10 years, patient’s urinary and bowel control were said by parents to be normal
  • In December 1994, bowel to vagina anastamosis required enlarging as well as trimming of a short segment of prolapsed rectum
  • 4 months later a large left-sided lymphocele was removed from the abdomen and the left kidney was removed for non-function
  • Patient leading a normal life at age 35 years

Publications & Educational Resources
Repair of Cloacal Anomalies: Current Techniques
Urological Aspects of Cloacal Malformations


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