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Figure 2: (a) The stenosed meatus is slit open ventrally up to corona. (b) Buccal mucosal graft (BMG) sutured to the lateral side of preserved dorsal mucosal strip (white arrow). (c) BMG rolled over 24 Fr. catheter and sutured to the other free edge of conserved mucosal strip. (d) First layer of glans wings being opposed with anchoring suture on the BMG ventrally. (e) Glans wings being closed in three layers. (f) Neomeatus econstructed by suturing the distal end of graft along the initial ventral meatal slit allowing free movement of 24 Fr. catheter

Figure 2: (a) The stenosed meatus is slit open ventrally up to corona. (b) Buccal mucosal graft (BMG) sutured to the lateral side of preserved dorsal mucosal strip (white arrow). (c) BMG rolled over 24 Fr. catheter and sutured to the other free edge of conserved mucosal strip. (d) First layer of glans wings being opposed with anchoring suture on the BMG ventrally. (e) Glans wings being closed in three layers. (f) Neomeatus econstructed by suturing the distal end of graft along the initial ventral meatal slit allowing free movement of 24 Fr. catheter