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Reconstruction of the bulbar urethra using dorsal onlay buccal mucosal grafts: New concepts and surgical tricks Indian J Urol 2006; 22: 113-117.   Buccal mucosa onlay graft urethroplasty represents one of the most widespread methods for the repair of strictures in the bulbar urethra, because of its thick and highly vascular spongiosum tissue. Recently the […]

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Penile urethroplasty: thecniques and outcomes using buccal mucosa grafts Contemporary Urology 2006; 18: 25-33.   Penile urethroplasty may represents a simple problem in patients with urethral stricture in which the penis is normal, but may represents a difficult challenge in patients with urethral stricture associated with failed hypospadias repair or Lichen sclerosus (LS), in which […]

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Harvesting buccal mucosal grafts Contemporary Urology 2006; 18: 17-24.   An interesting and documented historical overview on the application of oral mucosa as surgical substitute material was reported in 1998 by Filipas et al. to give a link to other domains where the applications for urology have been developed. In 1993, El-Kasaby et al. reported […]

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Experience with fibrin glue in bulbar urethral reconstruction using dorsal buccal mucosa graft Urology 2006; 67: 830-832.   Buccal mucosa dorsal onlay graft urethroplasty represents a widespread method for bulbar urethral stricture repair. We describe a modified procedure with the use of fibrin glue applied on the receiving bed before graft location.

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Bulbar urethroplasty with dorsal onlay buccal mucosal graft and fibrin glue Eur Urol 2006; 50: 467-474.   Objectives: We describe a new surgical technique with the use of fibrin glue for bulbar urethra reconstruction using a dorsal buccal mucosal onlay graft. Methods: Six patients with a mean age of 43 yr underwent bulbar urethroplasty with […]

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Oral mucosa harvest: an overview of anatomic and biologic considerations EAU-EBU UPDATE SERIES 2007; 5:179-187.   Objectives: The authors review the biologic characteristics of the oral mucosa. In addition, the authors report a contemporary harvesting technique of the oral mucosa for urethral transplantation, using biologically sound principles, modified by current literature. Methods: We reviewed pertinent […]

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History and evolution of dorsal onlay urethroplasty for bulbar urethral stricture repair using skin or buccal mucosal grafts Urologia 2007; 74: 233-241.   Objectives: To illustrate the history and the evolution over time of bulbar dorsal onlay urethroplasty, comparing the outcome between the use of buccal mucosa and skin grafts. Materials and Methods: Ninety-four patients […]

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The Oral Mucosa Graft: A Systematic Review J Urol 2007; 178: 387-394.   Purpose: We provide the reader with a critical, nonbiased, systematic review of current and precedent literature regarding the use of oral mucosa in the reconstruction of urethral defects associated with stricture and hypospadias/epispadias. Materials and Methods: We reviewed pertinent English literature from […]

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Morbidity of Oral Mucosa Graft Harvesting from a Single Cheek Eur Urol 2010; 58: 33-41. Background: The oral mucosa (OM) is a popular substitute for urethroplasty. Objective: The aim of this study was to investigate oral morbidity and patient satisfaction in a homogeneous group of patients who underwent OM harvesting. Desing, Setting, and Partecipants: This […]

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