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The Abdomen and Perineum 

The Abdomen and Perineum
The Abdomen and Perineum

William Reardon

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date: 13 November 2018

This chapter covers clinical signs relating to the abdomen and perineum (minor anomalies of the umbilicus, Umbilical Hernia/ Omphalocele, Inguinal Hernia, Small Penis/Micropenis, Ambiguous Genitalia, Hypospadias, Shawl Scrotum and Penoscrotal Transposition, Anal Atresia, Anal Stenosis, and Anterior Displacement of the Anus, and Caudal Appendage) and, for each sign, gives information on how to recognize the sign, establishing a differential diagnosis, and investigations to consider. Relavent images are included for each sign.

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