Background The most commonly performed operation to repair distal hypospadias is the TIP repair. At times in cases of distal hypospadias, the urethral plate is very narrow and needs to be augmented or substituted for further tubularization. We report our experience with primary single-stage dorsal inlay urethroplasty using inner preputial skin grafts.
Hypospadias is one of the most common congenital anomalies that can be treated with surgical reconstruction. The etiology in the majority of cases of hypospadias remains elusive. This paper reviews the present strategies to understanding the etiology of hypospadias.
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Soft tissue covers in hypospadias surgery: Is tunica vaginalis better than dartos flap? Correspondence Address : V. How to cite this article: Chandrasekharam V, Jayaram H.
Perineal and penoscrotal hypospadias were often managed by two-stage urethroplasty with variable results and significant number of these may need third surgery. Though modified Koyanagi one-stage repair has a learning curve, it has all the advantages of two-stage repair. The aim was to review the results of modified Koyonagi repair from the literature and our own centre experience.
Use of tubularized incised plate urethroplasty for secondary hypospadias repair or repair in circumcised patients. Some of these patients had previously undergone circumcision and missed hypospadias. In all cases, the TIP urethroplasty was covered with an additional layer of subcutaneous tissue or dartos flap. The original location, associated complications and results were recorded.
Hypospadias is one of the most common congenital anomalies defined by abortive development of the urethral spongiosum and the ventral prepuce. The current standard of care for hypospadias includes not only a functional penis adequate for sexual intercourse and urethral reconstruction offering the ability to stand to urinate, but also a satisfactory cosmetic result. The techniques of hypospadias surgery continue to evolve.