This atlas is a concise guide to urethroplasty. Beginning with an introduction to basic anatomy and the etiology and pathophysiology of urethral disease, the following chapters describe urethroplasty procedures for different disorders.
With contributions from many US-based experts, this step by step guide is well-illustrated with nearly 300 images, diagrams and tables.
The accompanying DVD presents 11 videos of surgical procedures described in the book.
- Step by step guide to urethroplasty
- Includes nearly 300 images, diagrams and tables
- Accompanying DVD presents videos of surgical procedures
- US-based contributors
Table of Contents
Back to the Basics: Penoscrotal Anatomy
Urethral Stricture Disease: Etiology, Pathophysiology and its Economic Impact
The Role of Urethrotomy and other Minimally Invasive Interventions
Fossa Navicularis and Meatal Strictures
Bulbar Oral Graft: BMG, Urethroplasty
Free Graft Urethroplasty by Ventral Sagittal Urethrotomy Approach
Penile Fasciocutaneous Flap: McAninch Procedure
Staged Urethral Reconstruction
Stricture after Transurethral Resection of the Prostate, Radical Retropubic
Prostatectomy and Radiation Therapy
Tissue Engineering in the Management of Urethral Strictures
From the Patient’s Perspective
Inferior Pubectomy + Crural Separation
BMG Urethroplasty DOG and VOG by Muscle and Nerve Sparing Bulbar Technique
Penile Fascio Cutaneous Flap
Kulkarni Technique for Pan Urethral stricture
Double BMG - Dorsal +Ventral
1st Stage Urethroplasty - BMG Graft
2nd Stage Urethroplasty
Rajesh Gulia MBBS MS DNB (Urology) MNAMS
Senior Specialist, Chief (Urology) and Head, Reconstructive Urology, Director, Kidney Centre, Chandigarh, India Urethroplasty is a surgical procedure to repair an injury or defect within the walls of the urethra.