neourethra

neourethra

/neo·u·re·thra/ (-u-re´thrah) a surgically created urethra.
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Interrupted sutures were used between the native urethra and neourethra and at the glans.
Pedical of the rectangle prepuce was dissected from the outer layer of prepuce and dorsal penile skin, the flap (rectangle) was tubularized over 8-Fr Silastic catheter to form neourethra.
8 In 29 patients (group 1), a dorsolateral flap was rotated laterally for covering the neourethra and in the remaining 45 patients (group 2) the neourethra was covered with dorsal double dartos flaps.
Previous surgeries included sacrococcygeal teratoma resection, transverse vaginal septectomy, and neourethra in the vagina.
Jackson-Pratt drains are placed to prevent accumulation of seroma or hematoma, and a suprapubic catheter is placed to divert urine from the neourethra.
58% - 16% following Snodgrass repair can be avoided by interposition of a vascularised dartos flap between 10,11 neourethra and overlying skin .
These sequelae particularly arise in the FtM patient because the natal female urethra must first be lengthened to build the pars fixa of the neourethra, which is subsequently anastomosed to the pars pendulans within the constructed radial forearm free flap.
Serosal surface of TVF placed over neourethra as interposing layer.
Neourethra was then covered with a vascularised dartos flap harvested either from subcutaneous tissue of dorsal prepucial skin or the penile shaft and ventral skin closure was achieved by Byars' flaps.
The spongiosum was re-approximated to cover the neourethra.
The conventional Bracka's repair utilizes Buck's fascial layer from the dorsal prepuce and its mobilization to the ventral surface to cover the neourethra.