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1/5. Paraurethral cysts in female neonate.

    Paraurethral cysts in the female neonate are uncommon lesions. All reported cases have either ruptured spontaneously or responded to simple marsupialization. However, complete urologic evaluation is mandatory because they simulate ectopic ureteroceles in appearance. Herein is reported our experience with 5 patients. The etiology, embryogenesis, natural history, differential diagnosis, and treatment are discussed.
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2/5. Transurethral prolapse of a simple ureterocele in a boy: case report.

    Although simple ureteroceles are commonly encountered on urography, transurethal prolapse of the ureterocele in a male is an exceedingly rare complication. A fourth such case, with graphic, potentially confusing ultrasound and urographic findings, is presented and discussed.
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3/5. female wide urethra masquerading as a urethral diverticulum in association with ectopic ureterocele.

    A rare case of wide urethra in a female infant mimicking as a urethral diverticulum in association with ectopic ureterocele is reported. The ureterocele terminated just below the bladder neck, but the diverticulum-like structure everted from the wide urethra, protruding towards the ureterocele. Weakness of the urethral wall, distal to the actual ureterocele may produce such an abnormal radiologic finding. The pertinent literature is reviewed.
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4/5. Skene's duct cyst.

    Skene's duct cysts are rare. A review of the medical literature revealed Skene's duct cysts in 2 newborns and 1 adult in whom the cyst caused superficial external dyspareunia. A case of Skene's duct cyst is reported, which was associated with spraying of the urinary stream during voiding. Differential diagnosis includes urethral diverticulum, ectopic ureterocele, cystocele and Gartner's duct cyst.
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5/5. Single ectopic ureterocele associated with ipsilateral renal dysplasia and undescended testis.

    ureterocele involving an ectopic ureter is often associated with complete duplex renal units. This report describes the rare association between an ectopic ureterocele with renal dysplasia and testicular maldescent.
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