Laurence Baskin, MD
[Quiz]: Voiding symptoms progressing to retention
A 16-year-old female presents with irritative voiding symptoms progressing to “urinary retention.” Evaluation with a renal, bladder, pelvic sonogram shows two normal kidneys. What is the differential diagnosis?
[Quiz]: Baby born with atypical genitalia, XY karyotype
A 3-month old baby born with atypical genitalia has an XY karyotype. The baby undergoes diagnostic laparoscopy. The baby is doing clinically well without medication.
Quiz: Pediatric recurrent UTIs, abdomen pain
A 5-year-old girl is evaluated for recurrent urinary tract infections and lower abdomen pain. A kidney, ureter, and bladder x-ray and computed tomography are obtained.