hypospadiac

hypospadiac

 [hi″po-spa´de-ak]
1. pertaining to hypospadias.
2. a person affected with hypospadias.

hy·po·spa·di·ac

(hī'pō-spā'dē-ak),
Relating to hypospadias.

hy·po·spa·di·ac

(hī'pō-spā'dē-ak)
Relating to hypospadias.

hypospadiac

1. pertaining to hypospadias.
2. an animal affected with hypospadias.
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After incising the subcutaneous tissue, two hypospadiac urethral fistulae were identified.
Hypospadias is a rare condition, and to the best of the authors' knowledge this is the first report on a hypospadiac case in animals in Sudan.
Although, as a rule, the hypospadiac meatus does not significantly obstruct the flow of urine, the stream may be deflected ventrally.
After incising through the subcutaneous tissue, a hypospadiac urethral opening was identified in the caudal diverticulum, and its patency and communication with the urethra were confirmed.
The glans was gently debrided and the transected surface appeared healthy, allowing for reapproximation of the glans tissue to resemble a normal glans structure, albeit with residual hypospadiac meatus (Figure 6).
The urethral plate was then incised in midline from the hypospadiac meatus distally.
Hypospadiac urethra leading to urethral dilatation was visualized in all the goats having intersex condition (Fig.
The pouch ruptured or atropied subsequently and urination was possible through hypospadiac urethra.
The patient also exhibited a duplicated urethra; the patent urethra was hypospadiac, and the obliterated one was in the correct anatomical position (Figure lb).
Urethra proximal to hypospadiac opening was extensively mobilized to gain length.
Differential diagnostic considerations in this case included the hypospadiac form of urethral duplication, urethroperineal fistula, and iatrogenic fistula development related to the TURP.
Abnormal sperm morphology and function in the fathers of hypospadiacs.