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Anorectal malformations are slightly more common in boys than girls. As with all anorectal malformations, those occurring in males comprise a spectrum of defects ranging from minor to complex. The most frequent defects in male patients with imperforate anus are those with rectobulbar urethral fistulas and rectoprostatic urethral fistulas.
The Colorectal Center provides information on defects and treatments associated with anorectal malformations / imperforate anus in males, including:
Get more information or request an appointment for the Colorectal Center.
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