- Antegrade continence enema (ACE) is recommended for patients with fecal incontinence/constipation refractory to conservative management. The Malone ACE utilizes the appendix as a catheterizable channel whereas the Macedo–Malone (MM) precludes the use of the appendix. We aimed to illustrate the MM procedure.
- We present a different salvage procedure for penile prosthesis implantation in a De Castro neophallus.
- Bladder exstrophy remains one of the most challenging abnormalities in pediatric urology. We propose bladder neck transection and bladder augmentation with a catheterizeable reservoir technique to achieve continence after previous anatomic reconstruction in stages.
- Y-type urethral duplication describes the condition in which a functional urethra is implanted in the rectum, and there is also a dysplastic topic urethra which produces mostly urinary dribbling. These patients are at risk of urinary tract complications and UTI. We aimed to present the surgical steps of a case treated by ASTRA approach in which we separated the urethra from the rectum and created a perineal urethrostomy.
- Aphallia is a rare congenital abnormality with an incidence of 1 in 30 million births. In this video, we demonstrate implantation of a penile prosthesis in a neophallus performed 10 years previously in a patient aged 21.
- Complete female epispadia (CFE) is a rare congenital anomaly occurring in 1 of 500,000 live births. The goals of CFE management include achieving continence, while protecting the kidneys, and creating functional, cosmetic external genitalia.
- The Mitrofanoff principle is a well established strategy in pediatric urology, with the appendix and Yang-Monti tube being the most used channels. The search for an alternative tube with less morbidity is justified. Hence, we present a patient treated via an alternative approach in which the channel was constructed from two lower abdominal transverse skin flaps (the RPM technique).
- Complex hypospadia repair can be performed according to different strategies, mostly in one or two stages. We present a detailed video of one patient operated according to the three-in-one technique, which combines dorsal buccal mucosa grafting for reconstruction of the incised urethral plate and a preputial flap onlay urethroplasty covered by a tunica vaginalis graft.