meatorrhaphy

me·a·tor·rha·phy

(mē'ă-tōr'ă-fē),
Surgical repair of a meatus.
[meato- + G. rhaphē, suture]

meatorrhaphy

(mē′ə-tôr′ə-fē)
n.
Suture of the wound made by performing a meatotomy.

meatorrhaphy

[mē′ətôr′əfē]
Etymology: L, meatus, channel; Gk, rhaphe, suture
the suturing of the cut end of the urethra to the glans penis after surgery to enlarge the urethral meatus.

meatorrhaphy

A procedure in which the urethral membrane is sutured to the glans penis to enlarge the meatus.

me·a·tor·rha·phy

(mē'ă-tōr'ă-fē)
Closing by suture of the wound made by performing a meatotomy.
[meato- + G. rhaphē, suture]

meatorrhaphy

suture of the cut end of the urethra to the glans penis after incision for enlarging the urinary meatus.