Persistent Urogenital Sinus is a rare congenital anomaly of the urogenital system that involves the presence of an extra sinus in the urogenital region. This condition occurs during fetal development and can affect both males and females.
- Presence of an extra sinus: The main symptom of Persistent Urogenital Sinus is the presence of an extra sinus in the urogenital region. This sinus can be small and inconspicuous or it may have a more significant size.
- Mammary secretions: In some cases, the extra sinus can produce mammary secretions, similar to those produced by normal mammary sinuses in women.
- Discomfort or pain: The presence of the extra sinus can cause discomfort or pain in the urogenital region, especially during adolescence or adulthood.
To determine the most appropriate treatment for Persistent Urogenital Sinus, it is advisable to schedule an appointment with Professor Christian Gozzi for a specialized consultation.