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Posterior Urethral Valve (PUV)

Posterior urethral valve is a congenital obstruction of the urethra in male babies. Depending upon the extent of the obstruction, the organs of the urinary tract can swell with urine and become damaged, causing renal failure. A lesser degree of obstruction can cause incontinence and frequent urinary tract infections. Usually, surgery can correct the posterior urethral valve.

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