|کد مقاله||کد نشریه||سال انتشار||مقاله انگلیسی||ترجمه فارسی||نسخه تمام متن|
|5690444||1410040||2017||5 صفحه PDF||ندارد||دانلود رایگان|
ObjectiveTo assess changes in hygiene, urination, and sexual activity after surgery for adult-acquired buried penis.Materials and MethodsThe study included men who underwent buried penis repair from 2011 to 2015. Patients were asked pre- and postoperative questions on hygiene, urinary difficulties, sexual difficulties, and difficulties with activities of daily living (modified Post-Bariatric Surgery Quality of Life Questionnaire). Postoperative satisfaction was assessed at a minimum of 6 months. Pre- and postoperative data were compared with chi-squared analyses.ResultsOf 14 eligible patients, 12 completed postoperative questionnaires. Buried penis repair required debridement of penile skin with split-thickness skin grafting to penis (nâ=â11; 92%), escutcheonectomy (nâ=â12; 100%) and abdominoplasty (nâ=â10; 83%), scrotoplasty (nâ=â7; 59%), and securing the supra-penile dermis to the pubic dermal or periosteal tissue (nâ=â12, 100%). The average length of follow-up was 31 months (Â±20 months). Mean age was 50 (Â±10.5 years) and mean body mass index was 55 (Â±13.7âkg/m2). Wound complications (all Clavian Grade 1) occurred in 9 of 12 patients. Patients reported improvement in hygiene (100%), urination (91%), and sexual function (41%); 92% of patients reported they would choose to have the surgery again; and 83% felt that surgery had led to a positive change in their lives. The ability to perform most activities of daily living, as assessed by the Post-Bariatric Surgery Quality of Life Questionnaire, improved significantly. Over 90% of men had lost additional body weight at last clinical follow-up.ConclusionBuried penis repair positively impacts social, psychological, and functional outcomes for patients. Wound complications should be expected but are easily managed.
Journal: Urology - Volume 103, May 2017, Pages 240-244