Prune belly syndrome

What is Prune belly syndrome?

Prune belly syndrome is a congenital disorder of the urinary system, characterized by a triad of symptoms. The syndrome is named for the mass of wrinkled skin that is often (but not always) present on the abdomens of those with the disorder.

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How can an athlete w/prune belly syndrome keep from hyperventalating when doing vigorous exercise?...

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Need investigations.

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Hello dear,

Prune belly syndrome is a congenital defect of abdominal wall muscle. So in these...

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HI MY SON IS NOW 26 YEARS OLD. HE HAVE PRUNE BELLY SYNDROME. HE NOW HAVE STARTED TO HAVE BLOOD IN HIS URINE. WE HAVENT HAd any luck finding a...

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Thanks for your query.

Urinary tract involvement in the Prune Belly syndrome( Eagle-Barrett syndrome; Triad syndrome) is a very common...

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Hi my son is 3 years old he has possible prune belly syndrome but doctors won't confirm it. But he has reaccuring chest infections and is given...

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Holding off for as long as possible is something that is fraught with risk. You may want to hold on for a few days at the most. If there is fever,...

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