Neovaginoplasty with pudendal thigh flap for repair of vaginal agenesis: A case report and review of literature
Keywords:Bilateral Pudendal Thigh Flap, Neovaginoplasty, Singapore Flap, Vaginal Agenesis
Surgical management of vaginal agenesis constitutes a significant technical challenge. The goal of vaginal reconstruction is to create a neovagina that is both functionally and aesthetically satisfactory using a simple and reliable technique applicable to most. Bilateral pudendal thigh flaps were used to reconstruct neovagina for a 13-y girl with congenital vaginal agenesis. She presented with cyclical abdominal pain and hematometra, had normal secondary sexual characteristics and grossly normal external genitalia with a dimpling at the site of the vaginal orifice without lower vaginal tract.
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