CONGENITAL ANTERIOR URETHROCUTANEOUS FISTULA: REPORT OF TWO RARE CASES
Jayalaxmi Shripati Aihole, Narendrababu Munianjanappa, Gowrishankar Gowrishankar
Isolated congenital anterior urethrocutaneous fistiula (CAUF) is a rare anomaly. CAUF can be defined as a fistula of the penile urethra associated with a normal foreskin, in which urethral meatus and prepuce are intact. Additionally, it may be associated with other anomalies such as congenital hernias and anorectal malformations. Treatment of CAUF is individualized according to site of fistula, associated anomalies and condition of the distal urethra. We are reporting our experience of two cases that had abnormal openings on the ventral aspect of distal penis with normal foreskin without hypospadias and chordee.
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