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Common office problems in pediatric urology and gynecology.

The number of genital problems that pediatricians encounter is substantial. The most common ones have been reviewed in this article. Perhaps the most important point to reinforce is the appropriateness of nonintervention in uncircumcised boys whose foreskins have not become retractile during early school years. Without infections or pathologic phimosis, these boys do well, and most foreskins become retractile as they approach puberty. Abnormalities beyond those discussed or those not fitting the anticipated pattern probably warrant specialty referral.

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