F. D., girl, aged 5 years, was brought to the children's clinic of the Beth Israel Hospital with the following history: Except for an attack of measles at the age of 2, she had been in good health until seven months ago, when she seemed to have lost control of the bladder function. The incontinence ws present both day and night. During the last two months the urination has been extremely painful, the pain being more severe toward the end of the act and being referred to the vulva. There had never been any pains in the loins, nor has there been hematuria. During the past six months the child has been examined in several dispensaries and has been treated for enuriesis, cystitis and vaginitis.
Generaal physical examination showea an apparently normal, though pale and under-sized chaild. Loacal