Single-stage correction of urinary incontinence and vaginoplasty in a case of urethral coitus with vaginal agenesis.Urol Int. 2008; 81(3):364-6.UI
Urethral coitus is a very rare entity which usually presents as urethral incontinence during intercourse and is most commonly seen with intact vagina. Only about 24 cases have been reported in the literature. A presentation in vaginal agenesis is exceedingly rare and poses the surgical challenge of restoring continence without interfering with sex life. Here we report a case of urethral intercourse with vaginal agenesis presenting with incontinence that we treated with McIndoe's vaginoplasty and urethral plication in a single stage, with satisfactory result. To the best of our knowledge, this method of reconstruction has not yet been reported for this condition.