Hypospadias results from abnormal development of the penis that leaves the urethral meatus proximal to its normal glanular position anywhere along the penile shaft,scrotum, or perineum. Hypospadiology is an evolving and expanding discipline that remains at the forefront of pediatric surgical innovation. Although modern experiments have begun to yield a… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.ucl.2010.03.003


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@article{Shukla2004Hypospadias, title={Hypospadias.}, author={Aseem R. Shukla and Rakesh Pravinchandra Patel and Douglas A. Canning}, journal={The Urologic clinics of North America}, year={2004}, volume={37 2}, pages={167-81} }