Evaluation of double-folded meatal-based flap (modified Mathieu) in redo circumcised distal penile hypospadias: a prospective multicenter study
African Journal of Urology, April 2020
Salah Nagla, Mohammed Radwan, Mohamed Alhefnawy, Ahmed Ghaith, Ayman M. Hagrass, Mohammed Shalaby, Mohammed Awad, Mohamed Ahmed Negm, Samir Elgamal
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|Student > Master||2||29%|
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|Medicine and Dentistry||4||57%|
|Nursing and Health Professions||2||29%|
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