Procedures

Urethral meatomy

What is a urethral Meatomy?

It is a surgical operation that aims to widen the opening of the urethral meatus which has a narrowing, including a meat stenosis in humans.

The meatotomy is essentially the incision of the urinary meatus to reshape the urethral meatus.

How is a meatotomy performed?
Under local anaesthesia and a penile block, Dr Marois will make an incision in the stenosis using a lancet or an electrocautery to have a satisfactory opening. Absorbable stitches are put in place. A urinary catheter is rarely left in place.
Who are the candidates for a meatotomy?
Patients who have recurrent severe meat stenosis despite auto dilatations with meat dilators.
What are the complications of a meatotomy?
Some patients have recurrences the stenosis. The complication is most often secondary to a loss of elasticity of the circumferential tissues. The bleeding may last a few weeks.

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Dr. Marois is a urologist who is not a member of the Régie d’Assurance Maladie du Québec (RAMQ). As such, the clinic can not claim the RAMQ for the payment of his services. If you consult Dr Marois, you must pay for the services rendered.

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