Hydrometrocolpos, Symptomps and Treatment for Hydrometrocolpos

What is Hydrometrocolpos?

Hydrometrocolpos is a rare congenital anomaly and serious life threatening condition in the newborn infant due to its long-term compression sequelae and associated congenital anomalies. It is the accumulation and distention of the uterus and vagina by a fluid other than blood or pus. The spectrum of hydrometrocolpos is broad, ranging from mild cases undetected until adolescence to more severe conditions described prenatally as a large pelviabdominal cystic mass. Clinical investigation revealed hydrometrocolpos, precocious puberty, urogenital sinus and other multiple malformations.

Diagnosis of Hydrometrocolpos

Prenatal diagnosis of hydrometrocolpos by sonogram allows appropriate management during the prenatal and neonatal period. The combination of hydrometrocolpos and polydactyly is the cardinal hallmark feature of McKusick-Kaufman Syndrome.

Treatment Hydrometrocolpos

The most importent treatment Hydrometrocolpos :





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