In patients with hypospadias sufficiently severe to require a substitution urethroplasty, for many years the most commonly utilized technique at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia has been the island onlay one-stage hypospadias repair (Elder et al. 1987). Even for the most severe hypospadias, it has been this author’s practice to carry out one-stage repairs.
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