Meatoplasty for gross urethral stenosis: a technique of repair and a review of 32 cases.

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This paper is a review of the treatment of 32 cases of meatal stenosis arising as a complication of recurrent balanoposthitis (26 cases) or balanitis xerotica obliterans (six cases). There was gross scarring of the glans and the terminal urethra resulting in a contracted glans and a pinhole meatus. These deformities were treated successfully by segmental… (More)

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@article{Parkash1984MeatoplastyFG, title={Meatoplasty for gross urethral stenosis: a technique of repair and a review of 32 cases.}, author={Sooraj Parkash and Varun K. Gajendran}, journal={British journal of plastic surgery}, year={1984}, volume={37 1}, pages={117-20} }