We retrospectively studied 1 patient in Xiangya hospital and all relevant literature published in English between and The patients including those reported in the literature were characterized by age, origin, location of calculus, size of calculus, fistulous track, and etiological factors. Most of urethral calculi associated with a urethral fistula were native generated.
Hypospadias is a common variation in fetal development of the penis in which the urethra does not open from its usual location in the head of the penis. It is the second-most common birth abnormality of the male reproductive system, affecting about one of every males at birth. The remainder have proximal hypospadias, in which the meatus is all the way back on the shaft of the penis, near or within the scrotum.
Extraintestinal complications are common but usually follow the onset of the bowel complaints. This is particularly unusual in that the patient presented as a case of urethral fistula. Submitted October 1, - Accepted for Publication October 24,
Click on image for details. We are presenting two cases of congenital urethrocutaneous fistula on ventral penile shaft. Congenital urethral fistula is an extremely rare, but easily manageable anomaly that may be confused with hypospadias.
Penile fracture is an emergency in urology. Early surgical management is recommended, to prevent long term complications. Although urethrocavernosal fistula is one of the described complications following fracture penis repair in literature, no case of urethrocuteneous fistula has been reported till now.
The Indian Journal of Pediatrics. Commonly congenital urethrocutaneous fistulae are associated with anorectal anomalies and urethral duplication. The posterior urethra is the part, which is mostly affected.
Hypospadias repair is surgery to correct a defect in the opening of the penis that is present at birth. The urethra the tube that carries urine from the bladder to outside the body does not end at the tip of the penis. Instead, it ends on the underside of the penis.
Urethrocutaneous fistula UCF are common after hypospadias repair, but occurrence of congenital UCF without hypospadias is extremely rare and only about 35 cases are reported in the literature. The etiology is not established yet. We report a rare case of isolated congenital UCF in 1 year child managed by Snodgrass technique and review of literature regarding the etiology and management.
A case of urethra fistula following circumcision and its repair are described. Prior toan estimated 6. In spite of the high rate of circumcision, complications are uncommon, but include bleeding, infection, and removal of too much skin.
A urethral stricture is a scar that develops in the urethra the tube that runs from the bladder to the end of the penis, through which urine passes. The stricture narrows the urethra and can lead to problems with urination, including a complete inability to urinate. A rectourethral fistula is an abnormal hole that forms between the urethra and the rectum. In patients who have a rectourethral fistula, problems can include passage of urine through the rectum, repeated infections, and swelling and discomfort in the pelvis.