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

Hulya Ozturk

Abstract


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.

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Long-time urethral catheterization, iatrogenic hypospadias, neurologic bladder

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

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