A penile torsion with a fistula due to previous hypospadias surgery: A case report

Mustafa Rasid Toksoz, Furkan Erol Karabekmez, Ramazan Kocaaslan


We presented a case of penile torsion due to previous hypospadias surgery. Apatient applied to our clinic for treatment of hypospadias fistula andaccompanying penile torsion. Patients urethral fistula was repaired first andpenile torsion was corrected in the second stage due to multiple fistula tracts.Proximal based flip flap technique was used for closure of the fistula and simpledegloving with release of fibrous tissue and pedicle of the previous preputialisland flap was used for correction of the penile torsion. Post hypospadias surgerytorsion deformity as in our case may corrected with simple degloving anddissection at the level of the buck fascia.


Penile torsion; hypospadias; fistula; correction; reconstructive surgery

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14534/PUCR.201518287


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