How is meatal stenosis treated?
A surgical procedure called a meatotomy is the most reliable form of treatment. This procedure involves an incision to enlarge the meatus (opening) and can be performed in clinic or in the operating room, depending on the degree of stenosis and how cooperative the patient is. Recurrence after this procedure is rare, as long as appropriate after care is given by the parent.
Why choose Children’s Hospital Colorado for your child’s meatal stenosis?
At Children’s Hospital Colorado, we have experienced pediatric urologists and pediatric nurses who are able to quickly diagnose this meatal stenosis. We take great care in having kid-friendly environment, and normally we are able to treat this condition efficiently and without pain directly in our clinic. Occasionally, when surgery is required, our physicians perform the procedure in the operating room.