Abstract: One hundred two Infants and children age 3 days to 16.5 years, found to have accessory nipples (AN), went enrolled in tills study. They were categorized by ethnic origin, sex, positive family history of AN, and number, site, and shape of AN, to determine factors for Increased risk of anomalies of the urinary tract Physical and ultrasound examinations of the abdomen did not reveal evidence of urinary tract malformation In any of the children. The results of this survey support the contentions that AN are not associated with urinary tract matformatlons, and that no further investigation is required In children with solitary AN.
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|Published - 1 Jan 1992
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Pediatrics, Perinatology, and Child Health