Observations upon techniques for reconstruction of the urethral meatus, the hypospadiac glans deformity and the penile urethra.

@article{TurnerWarwick1979ObservationsUT,
  title={Observations upon techniques for reconstruction of the urethral meatus, the hypospadiac glans deformity and the penile urethra.},
  author={R. T. Turner-Warwick},
  journal={The Urologic clinics of North America},
  year={1979},
  volume={6 3},
  pages={643-55}
}
Many minimal defects of the terminal urethra may be left untreated; others may be considerably improved by a simple one-stage extension to a terminal position by one of the many one-stage "flap-strip" procedures. Patients with a marked ventriflexed glans are much better treated by the "kippered-glans" procedure; undertaken as a two-stage procedure, the functional and the cosmetic results of this procedure are extremely good and reliable. The results of one-stage procedures reflect the… CONTINUE READING