Argument urethroplasty

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Correlation Between Primary Hypospadias Repair and Subsequent Urethral Strictures in a Series of 408 Adult Patients Eur Urol Focus 2017; 3: 287-292. BACKGROUND: The correlation between primary hypospadias repair and subsequent urethral strictures in adults has never been addressed. OBJECTIVE:To evaluate the correlation between the site of primary hypospadias repair and the site of subsequent […]

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History and evolution of the use of oral mucosa for urethral reconstruction Asian Journal of Urology 2017; 4: 98-101. Abstract: We report here the history and evolution of the use of oral mucosa in reconstructive urethral surgery since it was first used for urethroplasty in 1894. Since that time, many authors have contributed to develop, […]

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Factors that influence the outcome of open urethroplasty for pelvis fracture urethral defect (PFUD): an observational study from a single high-volume tertiary care center. World J Urol. 2015 Dec;33(12):2169-75 PURPOSE: To report the clinical features of pelvic fracture urethral injury (PFUI) and assess the real effect of factors that are believed to have adverse effects […]

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A Multi-institutional Evaluation of the Management and Outcomes of Long-segment Urethral Strictures. UROLOGY 2015; 85: 1483-1488. OBJECTIVE: TTo evaluate the treatment options and surgical outcomes of long-segment urethral strictures-a review of the largest, international, multi-institutional series. METHODS: A retrospective review was performed of patients treated with strictures ≥8 cm at 8 international centers. Endpoints analyzed […]

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Laparoscopic omentoplasty to support anastomotic urethroplasty in complex and redo pelvic fracture urethral defects. UROLOGY 2015; 85: 1200-1205. OBJECTIVE: To test the hypothesis that a new surgical technique using elaborated perineal anastomotic urethroplasty combined with laparoscopic omentoplasty for patients with complex and prior failed pelvic fracture urethral defect repair was feasible, safe, and effective. METHODS: […]

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Harvesting oral mucosa for one-stage anterior urethroplasty. Ind J Urol 2014; 30: 117-121 Oral mucosa has been the most popular substitute material for urethral reconstructive surgery because it is easy to harvest, is easy to access, has a concealed donor site scar, and obviates most of the problems associated with other grafts. However, the success […]

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