MODIFIED URETHRAL ADVANCEMENT AND MOBILISATION : A SIMPLE GOOD COSMETIC RESULT PROCEDURE FOR DISTAL HYPOSPADIAS
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A mod(ftcation of meatal advancement and glartuloplasty technique (MAGP1), the urethral advancement and glanuloplasty is described in this study, thirty patients, who had this operation from 1995 to 1998, have been reviewed. The overall complication rate was low with 6.6% fistula rate. 10% incidence of meatal retraction and 3.3% incidence of ventral bowing of the penis after a mean follow up period of 2.5 years, with no reported cases developed meatal stenosis . Only the two patients who developed fistulae, required secondary simple surgery. These results denoting that this procedure is safe with a meatus at the tip of the glans in 90 96 of cases and gives a good cosmetic resuit.