Spontaneous ventral urethral fistula in a young healty man and a modified surgical technique of urethral fistula repair release_qxj5pewsgreldjtoiiyaeoaj5e

by Ali Akkoc, Ahmet Metin

Published in Canadian Urological Association Journal.

2012   Volume 6, Issue 6, E280-2


Urethral fistula is rare and is usually a complication of penile and urethral surgery. A few congenital cases have been reported. Also, one acquired spontaneous case in a diabetic man has been reported. We present the first case in the literature of a healthy man with a spontaneous ventral urethral fistula, with unknown etiology. We performed a modified technique of urethral fistula repair (four-layer technique).
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