2013
DOI: 10.1590/s0102-09352013000600009
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Abstract: Canine hypospadias is a rare condition that can occur in male and female dogs. Affected animals may present signs of urinary incontinence, recurrent urinary tract infections, periurethral dermatitis or can remain asymptomatic. Periurethral hypospadias in a 14-week-old mongrel dog and its surgical repair are addressed.

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“…In the presented case, a cosmetic technique was applied and postoperative wound healing proceeded well ( Figure 12) and doi: 10.17221/8884-VETMED without obvious discomfort for the patient as reported by the owner. The aim of surgery was correction of anatomical abnormalities that pose a risk of recurrent urinary tract infections, kidney failure, and irritation of the penis and urethra (Adelsberger and Smeak 2007;Guimaraes et al 2013;Vnuk et al 2014). The causes of underdevelopment of the prepuce or penis are not fully known.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In the presented case, a cosmetic technique was applied and postoperative wound healing proceeded well ( Figure 12) and doi: 10.17221/8884-VETMED without obvious discomfort for the patient as reported by the owner. The aim of surgery was correction of anatomical abnormalities that pose a risk of recurrent urinary tract infections, kidney failure, and irritation of the penis and urethra (Adelsberger and Smeak 2007;Guimaraes et al 2013;Vnuk et al 2014). The causes of underdevelopment of the prepuce or penis are not fully known.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Hypospadias is a rare congenital anomaly of the urethra, in which the urethra opens ventral and caudal to its normal anatomic location [1–4]. Penile urethra terminates ventrally at any level from the perineum to the tip of the penis [5].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%