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Figure 1: Photographs showing single midline perineal opening at the proximal part of the scrotum with small cavity underneath it (a); two smaller openings, one anterior (with Foley's catheter in situ shown by yellow arrow) and other posteriorly placed (black arrow), are seen in the posterior wall of the cavity (b); infant feeding tube placed in posteriorly placed rectal opening and irrigation of the distal colonic loop done to confirm the rectal opening in the common channel (c); bilaterally descended testes, penoscrotal transposition, severe chordee, and perineal hypospadias along with neoanus are seen (d)

Figure 1: Photographs showing single midline perineal opening at the proximal part of the scrotum with small cavity underneath it (a); two smaller openings, one anterior (with Foley's catheter in situ shown by yellow arrow) and other posteriorly placed (black arrow), are seen in the posterior wall of the cavity (b); infant feeding tube placed in posteriorly placed rectal opening and irrigation of the distal colonic loop done to confirm the rectal opening in the common channel (c); bilaterally descended testes, penoscrotal transposition, severe chordee, and perineal hypospadias along with neoanus are seen (d)