Vol. 4, Issue 4 (2019)
Urethral duplication in a seven year old boy : About a rare case report
Author(s): Driss Hanine, Zakarya Alami Hassani, Yacine Zouirech, Mohamed Rami, Rachid Belkacem, Mohamed Amine Bouhaf
Abstract: Urethra duplication is a rare anomaly, most common in male. The clinical presentation varies because of numerous anatomic variations. These falls into four main groups: epispadiac, hypospadiac, fusiform, and Y-type. We report on one case of fusiform incomplete duplication of the urethra. Surgical repair consisted of endoscopic resection of the septum between the two urethras. Follow-up was good without complications.