meatal stenosis


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meatal stenosis

Meatal closure (seen only in men, almost invariably in uncircumcised penises) due to irritation of the urethral opening at the penile tip, leading to tissue overgrowth and scarring; back pressure causes painful urination and occasionally bleeding at the end of urination.

meatal stenosis

Urethral meatal stenosis Urology Meatal closure, seen only in ♂, virtually exclusive to uncircumcised penises, due to irritation of the urethral opening at the penile tip, leading to tissue overgrowth and scarring; back pressure causes painful urination and occasionally bleeding at the end of urination. See Circumcision.
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The Koff repair has a very low fistula rate, but Meatal stenosis appears in about 20% of cases, probably because of a distal ischemia.
A 56-year-old man with no history of genital warts and no history of other STIs presented to us with an 8-month history of penile erythema, tightening of the foreskin, ecchymoses, meatal stenosis, and dyspareunia (Fig.
Complications with hypospadias surgery include fistula, meatal stenosis, dehiscence, recurrent ventral curvature and hematoma.
Measured postoperative complications included wound infection, urethrocutaneous fistula, wound dehiscence, and meatal stenosis. Data analysis was completed using standard, 2-tailed univariate statistical tests with significance of p < 0.05.
The patient is a 56-year-old man with a past medical history significant for poorly controlled insulin-dependent type 2 diabetes mellitus, hypertension, hypothyroidism, and meatal stenosis with incomplete bladder emptying who presented the University Medical Center emergency room with a seven-day history of perineal pain and fever.
Although meatal stenosis has not been reported in the literature, we have left the urethral meatus wide.
Proximal hypospadias repair has significant morbidity like urethrocutanous fistula, wound dehiscence and meatal stenosis. Application of waterproofing layer was first described in 1973.3 After the introduction of this waterproofing layer, a number of studies4-6 published different methods of its application in hypospadias surgeries with low fistula rate.
Prevention of post-mastoidectomy meatal stenosis by an acrylic prosthesis.
When their origin is congenital, it is essentially due to posterior urethral valves or meatal stenosis. In most cases, it is an acquired disorder whose etiology may be iatrogenic or traumatic and less commonly infectious and inflammatory [2].
The detected anomalies were webbed penis, penile torsion, hypospadias, chordee without hypospadias and meatal stenosis.
Some 10-20% of boys circumcised neonatally develop meatal stenosis, a narrowing of the urethral opening that requires intervention.
Overall postoperative complications were wound infection in 10 (8.55%), ring stenosis resulting in urethrotomy in 9 (7.69%), meatal stenosis in 5 (4.27%), and mild chordee in 2 (1.70%).