Watering Can Perineum

A fanciful descriptor for a complication of trauma to the urethra and covering structures—as seen in urethral surgery, in which multiple fistulas associated with inflammatory strictures and diverticula develop parallel to the urethra, penetrating the perineum and scrotum, forming draining sinuses. As the patient voids, infected urine is forced into these tracts, and urine dribbles from multiple, watering-pot-like pores
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Consequently, urination usually occurs through the perianal fistulas, which results in the so-called "watering can perineum".
Watering can perineum: A forgotten complication of gonorrhoea.