Cloacal extrophy, which is also called vesico-intestinal fissure, is one of the rare and complex malformations, with a reported incidence between 1 in 200, 000 and 1 in 400, 000 live births.
cloacal extrophy consists of five components: ompbalocele; extrophy of the two hemibladders; lateral cecal fissure which presents between the two hemibladders; imperforate anus; and ambiguous genitalia, but many other variants have also been described. This is a case report of an unusual variant of cloacal extrophv and an outline of its management
Hilal Matta ,Hilal Matta ,Akhtar Hemes ,Akhtar Nawaz ,Rang N. Shawis ,AHmed H. Al Salem ,
An unusual variant of cloacal extrophy,
Ann_Saudi Med. 2002;
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