Parameatal urethral cysts are benign conditions that are rarely reported in the literature.
Genc erkeklerde oldukca nadir gorulen parameatal uretral kist benign bir durum olup literaturde olgu sayisi oldukca azdir.
Parameatal urethral cyst (PUC) is a rare clinical entity seen mainly in boys although cases in girls, infants and adults have also been reported.
The patient had multiple anomalies, such as parameatal cyst, urethral duplication, mid-penile hypospadias, and penile chordee.
Parameatal urethral cysts are very rare benign lesions seen in boys, but they can also occur in infants, girls, and adults.
Although cases of urethral duplication and penile hypospadias with chordee cases have been reported, we did not find a parameatal cyst in our patient.
Parameatal uretral kist on tanisi konulan hastaya, histopatolojik tani ve tedavi amach cerrahi eksizyon uygulandi.
Literaturde rapor edilen olgular icinde, parameatal kist, glomus tumoru, bulasici cilt hastaliklari, dermatozlar cogunluktadir.
Parameatal uretral kistler epitel dokunun degisik tiplerinin; daha cok kolumnar ve kuboid epitelin siralanmasiyla olusurlar.
A parameatal urethral cyst, which is a very rare congenital anomaly, was first reported in two male cases in 1956 by Thompson and Lantin.
Oldukca nadir gorulen konjenital bir anomali olan parameatal uretral kist ilk kez Thompson ve Lantin tarafindan 1956 yilinda iki erkek olguda rapor edilmistir.
Several terms, including mucus cyst of the penis, genitoperineal cyst of the medium raphe, parameatal
cyst, hydrocystoma and apocrine cystadenoma of the penile shaft, should be considered synonymous.[sup.3]