Family history of hypospadias, congenital anomalies, or genetic disorders
Patient history of genetic disorder and/or DSD
Preferably refer to pediatric urologist within the first few weeks of life.
Preoperative stimulation with parenteral testosterone may be required for severe hypospadias.
Surgical dressings are variable and surgeon dependent.
Postoperative clinic visit (surgeon dependent)
If urethral stent is placed, removal usually...
Ewalt D. Pediatric Hypospadias Repair: A New Consensus Document on Coding. Linthicum, MD: American Urological Association; 2015. [View Abstract on OvidInsights]
Kalfa N, Liu B, Kle...
Q54.9 Hypospadias, unspecified
Q54.1 Hypospadias, penile
Q54.3 Hypospadias, perineal
Q54.2 Hypospadias, penoscrotal
Q54.8 Other hypospadias
416010008 hypospadias (di...
Q: Does the patient with hypospadias routinely have other urinary tract abnormalities?
A: No. Hypospadias is usually an isolated anomaly, and most patients have no other anatomic problems.
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<bold>Figure 43-23</bold> Classification of hypospadias based on anatomic location of the urethral meatus. The associated chordee is best described in terms of its severity (mild, moderate, or severe).
<bold>Figure 43-23</bold> Classification of hypospadias based on anatomic location of the urethral meatus. The associated chor...
<bold>Figure 50-7</bold> Perineal hypospadias.