Urethral Defect in Setting of Recurrent Urethral Foreign Body Insertion

Allen Simms, Meera Chappidi, Heiko Yang, Lindsay Hampson, Benjamin Breyer, Andrew J. Cohen

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We present a case of recurrent episodes of foreign body insertion into the urethra, ultimately resulting in urethral defect at the penoscrotal junction. We have decided against treating the urethral defect as it facilitates nonoperative retrieval of the urethral foreign bodies. We present our experience and rationale for the clinical management of this complex patient.

Original languageEnglish (US)
JournalUrology
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StateAccepted/In press - Jan 1 2020

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Urethral Defect in Setting of Recurrent Urethral Foreign Body Insertion. / Simms, Allen; Chappidi, Meera; Yang, Heiko; Hampson, Lindsay; Breyer, Benjamin; Cohen, Andrew J.

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Simms, Allen ; Chappidi, Meera ; Yang, Heiko ; Hampson, Lindsay ; Breyer, Benjamin ; Cohen, Andrew J. / Urethral Defect in Setting of Recurrent Urethral Foreign Body Insertion. In: Urology. 2020.
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