Urachal Cyst

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Definition

Urachal cyst is a sinus that remains from the allantois during embryogenesis.

Symptoms and Signs

Children with urachal cyst do not show symptoms but are detected with increasing frequency as an incidental finding during bladder ultrasonography. The symptoms are also generally related to infection and the result of inflammation, which include suprapubic mass, fever, pain, and bladder or irritative voiding symptoms.

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