Index Cases

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Case 1:   A boy with difficulty in passing urine and severe phimosis
Case 2:   A boy with undescended Testis (Cryptorchidism)
Case 3:   A girl with Labial Adhesions (Vulval Syncechiae)
Case 4:   A newborn with urinary retention due to Posterior urethral valve
Case 5:   A 20 month old boy with kidney stones managed with Mini-perc
Case 6:   A boy with kidney stone managed with ESWL
Case 7:   A boy with Pelvi-uretric junciton obstruction managed laparoscopically
Case 8:   A newborn with Antenatal Hydronephrosis and Pelvi-ureteric junction obstruction
Case 9:   A boy with distal penile hypospadias managed with single stage surgery
Case 10:   A boy with hypospadias with thin urethra
Case 11:   A boy with severe hypospadias
Case 12:   A case of acute scrotal swelling due to testicular torsion
Case 13:   A girl with vesicoureteral reflux treated endoscopically
Case 14:   A child with large bladder divetriculum
Case 15:   A boy with impacted urethral stone managed by PCCL
Case 16:   A child with disorder of sexual differentiation (Intersex)- CAH
Case 17:   A child with disorder of sexual differentiation 2
Case 18:   A girl who runs to the toilet frequently and wets- dysfunctional voiding
Case 19:   A boy with urinary incontinence due to sacral agenesis
Case 20:   A boy with spina bifida & neuropathic bladder managed with CIC and medicines
Case 21:   A child with Multicystic Kidney disease
 
 
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