Coronal urethrocutaneous fistula in an uncircumcised child with penile hair tourniquet syndrome: A case report

Sudhir Singh, Jiledar Rawat

Abstract


Hair tourniquet syndrome is characterized by circumferential strangulation of an appendages or genitalia by human hairs or fibres. Here we are reporting a rare case and its successful management of coronal urethrocutaneous fistula developed due to penile hair tourniquet syndrome (PHTS) in a 5 years old child.


Keywords


Penile hair tourniquet syndrome; urethrocutaneous fistula; fistula repair; child

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14534/j-pucr.2018338702

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