urethral meatal stenosis

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.

urethral meatal stenosis

Meatal stenosis Urology Narrowing of the bore of the meatus, which occurs exclusively in males--most of whom are not circumcised, due to irritation of the urethral opening at the end of the penis, leading to reactive hyperplasia and scarring across the opening Clinical Extremely narrow, needle-fine spray of urine rather than a full stream; buildup of pressure may result in discomfort with urination and occasionally there may be slight bleeding at the end of urination
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