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February 10, 2010

During circumcision, a newborn is noted to have continuous dribbling of urine from his meatus and stool from his anus. After several minutes of observation, the urinary stream appears weak and remains a constant trickle. The baby boy was born at term via an uncomplicated spontaneous vaginal delivery. He was treated in the neonatal ICU for hypoglycemia. A radiograph of his pelvis is shown.

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During circumcision, a newborn is noted to have continuous dribbling of urine from his meatus and stool from his anus. After several minutes of observation, the urinary stream appears weak and remains a constant trickle. The baby boy was born at term via an uncomplicated spontaneous vaginal delivery. He was treated in the neonatal ICU for hypoglycemia. A radiograph of his pelvis is shown.