Sixty-four cases of hypospadias repair by the Denis-Browne technique are reviewed. A urethrocutaneous fistula was the most common postoperative complication. Other less frequent complications were urethral stricture, residual chordee and improper location of the urethral meatus. These complications were corrected adequately and the results were satisfactory in all patients. This technique is simple, sound and trustworthy.
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