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Minerva Pediatrica 2015 August;67(4):307-10

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Urethrocutaneous fistula repair after hypospadias surgery: comparison of two methods of repair

Al-Momani H. M., Jabaiti S., Awwad Z., Qudaisat I.

Jordan University Hospital, Amman, Jordan


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AIM: Aim of the study was to compare the success rates of simple multilayered repair with repair using local flap of urethrocutaneous fistulae after hypospadias surgery.
METHODS: The charts of 45 children who developed fistulae after hypospadias repair were reviewed; 23 had a multilayered repair of the fistulae, whereas 22 had a repair using a local skin flap.
RESULTS: The success rate was 82.6% for simple multilayered repair and 95.5% for a repair using a local skin flap.
CONCLUSION: Repair using a local skin flap for urethrocutaneous fistulae after hypospadias surgery is not significantly of better success rate than simple multilayered repair.

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