neourethra

neourethra

/neo·u·re·thra/ (-u-re´thrah) a surgically created urethra.
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Functional characteristics of the reconstructed neourethra after island flap urethroplasty.
The spongiosum was re-approximated to cover the neourethra.
13] Rigidity of the neourethra has also been proposed as a cause of weak flow.
1] Nevertheless, while our experience (and the age of patients who have undergone this repair) matures, there continues to be questions related to the quality of the neourethra in terms of diameter and elasticity.
This is rather difficult to quantify and may be less important in distal hypospadias, yet probably gains significance as the defects become more severe, the neourethra segment longer, the intraoperative dissection more extensive, and reliance on poorly developed plates more frequent.