A tutorial correlating embryology with congenital
David A. Hatch, M.D.
Professor of Urology & Pediatrics, Loyola University Stritch School of Medicine
A brief introduction with information about conventions used in the tutorial.
Pick a topic to study.
|G/U Imaging||Learn about the ways congenital genitourinary defects present (case histories) and the imaging techniques used to detect them.|
|Bladder||Normal development of the bladder and prostate. Bladder exstrophy, cloacal exstrophy, persistent urachus and posterior urethral valves.|
|Kidney||Normal kidney development. Ureteropelvic junction obstruction, renal dysplasia, multicystic kidney, horseshoe kidney and pelvic kidney.|
|Penis/Urethra||Normal development of the penis, male urethra and foreskin. Illustrates hypospadias and intersex.|
|Scrotum/Testis||Normal development of the testis. Undescended testis, hydrocele, indirect inguinal hernia, spermatic cord torsion, and torsion of testicular appendix.|
|Ureter||Normal development of the ureter. Vesicoureteric reflux, megaureter and ureteric duplication.|
Questions or comments? Send e-mail to David A. Hatch, MD. Last updated on 15 June 2003
ęDavid A. Hatch, M.D., 1996-2003