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Bladder exstrophy: an atypical journey of A rare case of an adult.
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  • Jean de Dieu Namegabe Tumsifu,
  • Gauthier Murhula Bahizire,
  • Daniel Safari Nteranya,
  • Ghislain Balemba Maheshe,
  • Fabrice Gulimwentuga Cikomola,
  • Paul Munguakonkwa Budema,
  • Léon-Emmanuel Mukengeshayi Mubenga
Jean de Dieu Namegabe Tumsifu
Universite Catholique de Bukavu Faculte de Medecine
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Gauthier Murhula Bahizire
Universite Catholique de Bukavu Faculte de Medecine
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Daniel Safari Nteranya
Universite Officielle de Bukavu
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Ghislain Balemba Maheshe
Universite Catholique de Bukavu Faculte de Medecine
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Fabrice Gulimwentuga Cikomola
Universite Catholique de Bukavu Faculte de Medecine
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Paul Munguakonkwa Budema
Universite Catholique de Bukavu Faculte de Medecine
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Léon-Emmanuel Mukengeshayi Mubenga
Universite Catholique de Bukavu Faculte de Medecine
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Abstract

Bladder exstrophy is a rare and complex malformation. Often associated with diverse deformations, an accurate diagnosis is a must for adequate management. In the African setting, especially in a remote area, delivery rarely occurs within a healthcare structure thus reducing the chance of an early diagnosis.

Peer review status:UNDER REVIEW

21 Nov 2021Submitted to Clinical Case Reports
21 Nov 2021Assigned to Editor
21 Nov 2021Submission Checks Completed
24 Nov 2021Reviewer(s) Assigned