Iatrogenic hypospadias repair caused by long‐term catheterization in a patient with neurogenic bladder: a case report

Hulya Ozturk


Long-term urethral catheterization may cause complications such as urinary tract infection, bladder and peritoneal perforation, bladder spasms, catheter-associated penile fracture, urethral stricture, and parafimosis. In addition to all these complications, long-term urethral catheter-induced iatrogenic hypospadias, as in our case, is a rare condition. Here, we describe a case of a 16-year-old male with neurologic bladder who was found to have iatrogenic hypospadias 2 months after urinary catheterization.


Long-time urethral catheterization, iatrogenic hypospadias, neurologic bladder

Full Text:


DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14534/j-pucr.2019554536


  • There are currently no refbacks.


DOAJ, Tübitak/Ulakbim Turkish Medical Database, Academic OneFile, Health Reference Center Academic, US National Library of Medicine (NLM) Catalog, ICI Journals Master List (Index Copernicus), OCLC-WorldCat, Genamics-JournalSeek, J-Gate, Google Scholar, Ulrichsweb, CNKI Scholar, NAVER Academic, Research Bible, Cross Ref, EZB (Electronic Journals Library), JournalTOCs, HINARI, Norwegian Social Science Data Services (NSD), Turkiye Citation Index, SCIARY (Worldwide Science Educational Library), BASE (Bielefeld Academic Search Engine), NAIST, ICMJE, PubsHub, AcademicKeys, OAJI, OpenAIRE, Turk Medline, Publons, ROAD, SHERPA-ROMEO, SJFinder, Pubget, SciLit, Journal Finder, NYU Health Sciences Library, BIU Santé, Science Library Index, Ingenta Connect

Index Copernicus Value (ICV) 2018: 100.00

Pediatric Urology Case Reports journal does not charge a fee for submission, processing of manuscripts through peer-reviews, editing or publication of the articles.

Creative Commons License
Pediatric Urology Case Reports is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.