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There is no publication charge for this month.&nbsp;</p> en-US (Asian Journal of Research and Reports in Urology) (Asian Journal of Research and Reports in Urology) Mon, 01 Jun 2020 04:09:34 +0000 OJS 60 True Diphallia: A Report of Two Cases <p><strong>Aims:</strong> Diphallia or penile duplication is an extremely rare congenital anomaly. It occurs once in every 5.5 million live births. Wecker (1609) reported the first case in Bologna, Italy. It varies from a small accessory penis or duplication of the glans to complete penile duplication.</p> <p><strong>Presentation of Case:</strong> A 31 years old man presented to with urinary incontinence since birth. Examination revealed skin covered exstrophy with two phalli lying side by side in sagittal plane.</p> <p><strong>Case 2:</strong> A 3 month old infant was brought to us with complete duplication of penis and urethra, two phalli lying side by side and voiding from both. Both the testes were normally descended and anal opening was normal.</p> <p><strong>Discussion and Conclusion:</strong> Penile duplication is rare and no two cases are identical. It can be true complete diphallia, partial diphallia, complete bifid phallus or partial bifid phallus. The meatus may be normal, hypospadiac, or epispadiac and the scrotum may be normal or bifid. The testes may be normal, atrophic, or undescended.</p> <p>Treatment aims at preserving continence, erectile function and aesthetically acceptable genitalia.</p> Mukesh C. Arya, Ajay Gandhi, Ankur Singhal, Vivek Vasudeo, Rakesh Singh, Mahesh Sonwal ##submission.copyrightStatement## Mon, 01 Jun 2020 00:00:00 +0000 Large Dermoid Cyst of Spermatic Cord Excised by Total Extra-peritoneal Approach <p>Dermoid Cysts of Spermatic cord are extremely rare with only a handful of cases being reported so far. We report a case of large left sided Dermoid Cyst of Spermatic cord in an adult patient. It was successfully removed via Laparoscopic Total Extra-Peritoneal approach. To the best of our knowledge, it is first such case of Spermatic Cord Dermoid cyst to be treated by this technique.</p> Paritosh Gupta, T. K. Thusoo, Dhruv Kundra, Amanpriya Khanna, Aakanksha Aggarwal, Kanu Kapoor ##submission.copyrightStatement## Wed, 03 Jun 2020 00:00:00 +0000 Urinary Incontinence Prevalence in Women in Morocco <p><strong>Background: </strong>Urinary incontinence (UI) is a common health problem, especially in older women. It has a major impact on the quality of life, physical and psychological well-being of patients.</p> <p><strong>Aims: </strong>We aimed to determine the prevalence of UI and identify its risk factors in the Fez-Meknes region, Morocco.</p> <p><strong>Study Design and Methodology: </strong>A cross-sectional study was conducted among adult female outpatient in primary healthcare facilities in fez during 2019. Data was collected using anonymous questionnaire. UI was defined according to international guidelines. Univariate analyses were used to assess associations of UI with demographic characteristics and risk factors. Multivariate logistic regression was used to adjust for potential confounding.</p> <p><strong>Results:</strong> About 189 women were included, the average age was 39.26 years (SD = 14.40 years). Prevalence of UI was 32.8%. It increased significantly with age (65% of women over 60 years of age were incontinent compared to 12% of women under 30 years of age(P=.001)), the high BMI &nbsp;(P =.002), and in women exposed to passive smoking (P =.005). The history of vaginal deliveries (P &lt;.0001), instrumental deliveries (P =.001), and menopause (P &lt;.0001) were also significantly associated with the occurrence of UI.</p> <p>Factors remaining significantly associated with UI in multivariate analysis were the age (OR=1.09; (1.04-1.13)), the history of abdominal surgery (OR=4.7; (1.55-14.3)), the exposition to the passive smoking (OR=4.06; (1.08-15.29)), and the history of tool delivery (OR=3.8 (1.03-14.4)).</p> <p><strong>Conclusion: </strong>Our results show a significant frequency of urinary incontinence in women in our region, which suggests the implementation of its systematic screening in general practice consultation in women at risk.</p> Nada Otmani, Nadia Benaicha, Angéla Filankembo, Noura Qarmiche, Passy Cande, Soumaya Ben Maamar, Ibtissam El Harch, Bineta Jho Diagne, Imade Chakri, Moncef Maiouak, Samira El Fakir, Nabil Tachfouti ##submission.copyrightStatement## Tue, 02 Jun 2020 00:00:00 +0000