Exstrophy sentence example

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  • Another very rare birth defect called exstrophy can also increase a person's risk of developing bladder cancer later in life.
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  • The two most common congenital bladder abnormalities are exstrophy and congenital diverticula.
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  • Exstrophy of the bladder represents a failure of this folding process to complete itself, so the organs form with more or less of their front side missing and remain open to the outside.
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  • If left untreated, the person with bladder exstrophy will have no control over urination and is more likely than others to develop bladder cancer.
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  • Exstrophy can involve the rectum and large bowel and coexist with hernias.
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  • The obvious bladder exstrophy seen at birth will prompt immediate action and a search for other anomalies.
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  • Exstrophy is rare, occurring once in approximately 40,000 births.
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