Accessory scrotum and anorectal malformation associated with "pseudo" prune belly in a neonate.J Perinatol. 1996 May-Jun; 16(3 Pt 1):224-6.JP
We report a patient with high anorectal anomaly and accessory scrotum. To the best of our knowledge only four other similar cases have been described. The patient also had renal dysplasia, partial prune-belly syndrome, and dismal outcome because of urinary septicemia. To our knowledge, accessory scrotum, high anorectal anomaly, and prune-belly syndrome in the same patient has never been reported.