Two-stage urethroplasty using oral mucosal graft

The surgical technique of “Two-stage Urethroplasty with oral mucosal graft” is conducted in two operations performed at different times. During the first operation, the urethra removed (figure 1) and replaced by an oral mucosal graft (figure 2) and the external urinary meatus is moved further down (figure 3). One year later, the urethra is closed and the patient is again able to void through the external urinary meatus at the apex of the glans (figures 4, 5, 6).
The surgical technique of Two-stage urethroplasty with oral graft is generally suggested in the following cases:

  • patients with penile complex urethral strictures.
  • patients with failed hypospadias repair.


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