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Anorectal malformations are slightly less common in females than they are males. As with all anorectal malformations, those occurring in females comprise a spectrum of defects ranging from minor to complex. The most common defect in females is rectovestibular fistula. Most high anomalies in girls are cloacas. A high anomaly with a rectovaginal fistula is exceedingly rare.
The Colorectal Center provides information on defects and treatments associated with anorectal malformations / imperforate anus in females, including:
We provide comprehensive general and specialized surgical treatment of a wide range of conditions affecting children from birth through young adulthood.
Get more information or request an appointment for the Colorectal Center.
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