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Hypospadias is a commonly occurring congenital deformity of the urethra in young boys, which is a cause of concern and psychological trauma for the child and his parents. Although there are numerous procedures for correcting hypospadias, the principles of hypospadias surgery are well defined. Adherence to sound surgical practice can yield good results with low complication rates.


Journal article


Hosp Med

Publication Date





553 - 556


Child, Preschool, Humans, Hypospadias, Infant, Infant, Newborn, Male, Penis