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Annals of Clinical and Laboratory Research

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Abstract

Imperforate Hymen with Hydrocolpos in Palestinian Neonate: A Case Report

Allam Fayez Abuhamda, Shady Abu El Ajeen, Wesam Shaltout and Salama Abu Nada

Neonatal hydrocolpos is a rare condition, if not diagnosed early could lead to lower urinary tract obstruction and renal failure. At 39th week gestational age antenatal ultrasound showed the fetus had lower abdominal mass 4 × 6 cm. By physical examination at birth, she was the girl with lower abdominal distension and she had a bulging imperforated hymen. Abdominal CT documented hydrocolpos. The pediatric surgeon did a small hymeneal incision, milky secretion drained and abdominal distension significantly improved.