A case report on continent isolated male epispadias.

  • Rao Nouman Ali Teaching DHQ Hospital Gujranwala/ Gujranwala Medical College.
  • Khalid Hussain Teaching DHQ Hospital Gujranwala/ Gujranwala Medical College.
  • Hassam Khalid Teaching DHQ Hospital Gujranwala/ Gujranwala Medical College.
  • Zain Yasin Teaching DHQ Hospital Gujranwala/ Gujranwala Medical College.
  • Attiq-ur- Rehman Teaching DHQ Hospital Gujranwala/ Gujranwala Medical College.
Keywords: Cloacal Membrane, Epispadias, Exstrophy

Abstract

Epispadias is a rare congenital anomaly in which the urethral opening is on the dorsal surface of penis. Its incidence is 1 in 117000 newborn males and 1 in 484000 in newborn females. Its etiology is considered as because of failure of medial migration of mesenchyme between the ectodermal and endodermal layers of cloacal membrane due to premature rupture of cloacal membrane. Epispadias often presents as exstrophy epispadias complex, a wide spectrum of abnormalities that consist of classic bladder exstrophy, Epispadias and cloacal exstrophy. This case was not a part of exstrophy epispadias complex and it was an isolated continent epispadias which is extremely rare and it was managed with Cantwell Ransley epispadias repair technique.

Author Biographies

Rao Nouman Ali, Teaching DHQ Hospital Gujranwala/ Gujranwala Medical College.

BSc. MBBS, FCPS

Registrar Urology

Khalid Hussain, Teaching DHQ Hospital Gujranwala/ Gujranwala Medical College.

MBBS, MS (Urology)

Associate Professor Urology

Hassam Khalid, Teaching DHQ Hospital Gujranwala/ Gujranwala Medical College.

MBBS

Medical Officer Urology

Zain Yasin, Teaching DHQ Hospital Gujranwala/ Gujranwala Medical College.

MBBS, FCPS

Postgraduate Resident Urology

 

Attiq-ur- Rehman, Teaching DHQ Hospital Gujranwala/ Gujranwala Medical College.

MBBS, MS (Urology)

Assistant Professor Urology

Published
2020-06-10