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• Adults with hypospadias represent a heterogeneous group. More than half of adults with complications related to hypospadias have had multiple operations (category I) representing one of the most difficult challenges to the reconstructive urologist. Hypospadias Re-Do Surgery – Adult Patients born with hypospadias who undergo repair are at risk for the development of urethral strictures. A high percentage of our patients with stricture disease report a history of hypospadias repair during childhood.

Hypospadias is the abnormal opening of the urethra at the undersurface of the penis. Hypospadias repair is performed in such patients to treat the condition. The success level of hypospadias repair in adults still needs to be established on a larger cum-xxx.xyz: Sami Ullah, Sundas Karimi, Haroon Sabir Khan, Umar Farooque, Omer Cheema, Priyanka Kumari, Komal Gir. Purpose of review This article provides a subjective, concise review of contemporary advances in reconstructive urology as it pertains to adult hypospadias repair. Herein, we highlight the most important and interesting articles among the many published within the past 12 months. Recent findings The main themes in the recent literature covered herein, include management of postoperative.

Introduction Hypospadias is the abnormal opening of the urethra at the undersurface of the penis. Hypospadias repair is performed in such patients to treat the condition. The success level of. The majority of patients with distal hypospadias undergo surgical reconstruction in childhood for social, emotional, and technical reasons. Rarely, patients with hypospadias do not receive repair during childhood and seek surgical treatment as adults. The authors recently performed reconstruction on two adult patients with primary distal hypospadias.

Apr 01,  · In a 2-year prospective study, six urologists in the general practice of urology identified 56 adult patients from their practices with hypospadias. The urethral meatus was glanular in 21 patients, subcoronal in 23, distal penile in 7, mid-penile in 4, and proximal penile in 1. The rate of hypospadias repair complications ranges from to % in adult patients undergoing a primary repair but more than doubles to between and % [23, 24] in patients with at.

Feb 01,  · Advanced. Journal of Pediatric Urology. Volume 12, Issue 1, February , Pages ee8. Appraisal of adult genitalia after hypospadias repair: Do laypersons mind the difference? Author links open overlay panel Norma K. Ruppen-Greeff a b Markus A. Landolt c b d Rita Gobet a b Daniel M. Weber a b. Hypospadias is a birth defect in boys in which the opening of the urethra is not located at the tip of the penis. In boys with hypospadias, the urethra forms abnormally during weeks 8–14 of pregnancy. The abnormal opening can form anywhere from just below the end of the penis to the scrotum.