Surgical reconstruction for male-to-female sex reassignment.

@article{Amend2013SurgicalRF,
  title={Surgical reconstruction for male-to-female sex reassignment.},
  author={Bastian Amend and J. Otto Seibold and Patricia A Toomey and Arnulf Stenzl and Karl-Dietrich Sievert},
  journal={European urology},
  year={2013},
  volume={64 1},
  pages={141-9}
}
BACKGROUND The primary challenge of male-to-female reassignment surgery is to create natural-appearing female genitalia with neovaginal dimensions adequate for intercourse, neoclitoris sensitivity, and minimal risk of complications. Surgical positioning is an important component of the procedure that successfully minimizes the risk of morbidity. OBJECTIVE We modified various vaginoplasty techniques to better position the urethral neomeatus in the proper anatomic location to minimize the… CONTINUE READING

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Both corpora cavernosa are resected with the patient in the lithotomy position , and neovaginal construction is accomplished with the incorporation of the penile urethra into the penile shaft skin .
Body of penisSibling in part ofSpongy urethra
Both corpora cavernosa are resected with the patient in the lithotomy position , and neovaginal construction is accomplished with the incorporation of the penile urethra into the penile shaft skin .
Spongy urethraSibling in part ofBody of penis
Both corpora cavernosa are resected with the patient in the lithotomy position , and neovaginal construction is accomplished with the incorporation of the penile urethra into the penile shaft skin .
Both corpora cavernosa are resected with the patient in the lithotomy position , and neovaginal construction is accomplished with the incorporation of the penile urethra into the penile shaft skin .
Both corpora cavernosa are resected with the patient in the lithotomy position , and neovaginal construction is accomplished with the incorporation of the penile urethra into the penile shaft skin .
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