The urethral stricture is a scar in the tube through which the urine (urethra) is expelled, which makes it difficult to pass.
Most urologists, when faced with urethral stricture, usually perform an internal urethrotomy, which most of the times is a temporary palliative treatment, because it only has a 30% success rate. However the treatment we use: urethroplasty with flaps or grafts or anastomotic procedures, are much more effective , with a success rate close to 90-95%.
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