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What are hypospadias?

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Dr. George Klauber
Pediatrics - Urology
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In brief: Birth anomaly

Urinary opening (meatus) located on underside of penis, anywhere from just under the head of penis (mildest)) all the way to rectum (most severe) and anywhere in-between.
Most frequently associated with downward bend (chordee) plus a so called "hooded" foreskin present on top & laking underneath, scrotal hypospadias associated with a bifid scrotum. Often smaller than normal. More details on google

In brief: Birth anomaly

Urinary opening (meatus) located on underside of penis, anywhere from just under the head of penis (mildest)) all the way to rectum (most severe) and anywhere in-between.
Most frequently associated with downward bend (chordee) plus a so called "hooded" foreskin present on top & laking underneath, scrotal hypospadias associated with a bifid scrotum. Often smaller than normal. More details on google
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