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The urethra is the terminal segment of the genitourinary system. Because of vastly different anatomy between the sexes, male and female urethras are discussed separately:
NB: At present (2020) there is no standardized universal terminology for the post-operative urethral anatomy in transmasculine patients who have undergone metoidioplasty or phalloplasty 1.
- 1. Dabela-Biketi A, Mawad K, Li H et al. Urethrographic Evaluation of Anatomic Findings and Complications After Perineal Masculinization and Phalloplasty in Transgender Patients. Radiographics. 2020;40(2):393-402. doi:10.1148/rg.2020190143