urethral diverticula

urethral diverticula

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Urethral diverticula were diagnosed by voiding cystourethrogram performed at the time of videourodynamics or by magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).
Urethral diverticula account for approximately 80% of paraurethral cyst- like lesions.
We also recorded and evaluated the complications including wound infections, development of meatal stenosis, urethrocutaneous fistula formation, recurrent stricture, erectile dysfunction, penile chordee or deformity, urethral diverticula formation, urinary incontinence or other urinary dysfunctions, lower limb complications due to lithotomy position, and buccal donor site complications.
Hypospadias associated with urethral diverticula are sporadically reported in kids and lambs in Pakistan.
The etiology of acquired urethral diverticula is recurrent infection of the periurethral glands with obstruction, suburethral abscess formation, and rupture of the glands into the urethral lumen.
2) Urethral diverticula are mucosalized outpouchings of the urethra within the confines of the periurethral fascia.
Urethral diverticula are often overlooked as a source of recurrent urinary tract infection, voiding dysfunction, dyspareunia, and chronic pelvic pain.
A remnant that exits into the vagina may cause intermittent drainage, and a remnant left attached to the urethra may cause a urethral diverticula.
The static sagittal scan was also critical to the detection of urethral diverticula, which are suburethral vesicles lined by mucosa without a muscular layer, and are sites of urinary stagnation.
Urethral diverticula are difficult to diagnose, relying on thorough digital vaginal examination and further investigation such as cystoscopy.
2) Urethral diverticula are usually located within the midurethra at the level of the pubic symphysis.