An unusual presentation of Y-type urethral duplication with perianal abscess: case report.

Urethral duplications are rare anomalies that manifest in various anatomic forms. These variations are classified broadly as epispadic, hypospadic, and Y-type duplications. In the Y-type, the accessory ventral channel opens into either the perineum or the anal canal. Typically, the dorsal urethra is hypoplastic, and the external meatus is stenotic, so urine… CONTINUE READING