Management of vaginal agenesis by modified Mclndoe operation and mould made of sponge and condom

Vaginoplasty is a surgical procedure whose purpose is to treat vaginal structure defect1 . Vaginal agenesis is estimated to occur in 1 in 4,000-5,000 live female births2 . These patients are usually managed by different surgical procedure but the long-term outcome is controversial. Among various methods McIndoe technique has remained most popular3 , here split thickness skin graft is used to line the neovagina. The main advantages are its simplicity and low morbidity. The disadvantages are graft contraction, fistula formation and need for long-term use of vaginal retainer.


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