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Meatotomy

meatotomy /me·a·tot·o·my/ (-tot´ah-me) incision of an acoustic or urinary meatus to enlarge it. me·a·tot·o·my (m -t t -m ). n.

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Meatal Stenosis
Meatotomy (mee-ay-taw-toe-mee) is the name of the procedure that opens the urine channel. If it isn't dangerous, why should my son have a meatotomy?
Cystoscopy, Meatotomy, and Urethral Dilatation
Meatotomy is a procedure that enlarges the urinary opening (urethra). Urethral Dilatation is a procedure that stretches the urinary opening (urethra).
After a Meatotomy | Patient Family Education Manual
After a Meatotomy. You may see a few small drops of blood in your child's underwear when you arrive home. This is normal after the procedure.
Patient Information Meatotomy/meatoplasty: procedure- specific
Meatotomy/meatoplasty: procedure- specific information. What is the evidence base for this information?
Post Op Instructions for Meatotomy
Meatotomy. Post Operative Instructions. What to expect after surgery: 1.

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Meatotomy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A meatotomy is a form of penile modification in which the underside of the glans is split.
MEATOTOMY IN URETHRAL STRICTURE - YouTube
Aug 25, 2009 MEATOTOMY IN URETHRAL STRICTURE. doctordesilva 29 videos. Subscribe Alert icon Subscribed.
Meatotomy - BMEzine Encyclopedia
Sep 24, 2010 Meatotomy is incision into and enlargement of a meatus.
PSG : Pediatric Urology Group : Procedures : Meatotomy
A meatotomy is usually performed as an outpatient procedure using local anesthetic. A small slit is made in the web of skin covering the urine channel.
Meatotomy | Define Meatotomy at Dictionary.com
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