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Rev. bras. cir. plást ; 34(1): 65-72, jan.-mar. 2019. ilus, tab
Article in English, Portuguese | LILACS | ID: biblio-994547

ABSTRACT

Introdução: A cirurgia de adequação genital tem se mostrado uma opção segura e confiável, com redução drástica na disforia e melhora da qualidade de vida das pessoas transgênero. A técnica mais estudada e utilizada é a inversão peniana com suas modificações, com aparência estética e funcionalidade adequadas, porém sem padronização da técnica cirúrgica. Índices de até 38% de satisfação parcial e 15% de insatisfação podem levar até 66% dos casos a realizar procedimentos adicionais. O objetivo é sugerir refinamentos estéticos na aparência da vulva e comparar com algumas das técnicas descritas, buscando aumentar a satisfação estética e funcional pós-operatória. Métodos: Estudo retrospectivo com 7 pacientes submetidas à cirurgia de readequação sexual entre agosto de 2017 e fevereiro de 2018. O clitóris é feito com a glande em formato de tridente, utilizando a coroa para construir os corpos cavernosos do clitóris e aumentar a área de sensação erógena. Faixa de prepúcio é usada para aumentar a cobertura do clitóris e cobrir a face interna dos pequenos lábios, que são definidos com o uso de suturas. Resultados: Sensibilidade adequada e satisfação com o resultado e capacidade de orgasmo em todas as pacientes observadas. Não houve estenose, fístula ou necrose do clitóris com essa técnica. Somente 1 caso precisou de procedimento adicional para melhor definição estética. Conclusão: A técnica apresentada tem alta satisfação das pacientes e sensibilidade erógena, com algumas vantagens em relação a outras técnicas. Porém, estudos prospectivos com número maior de pacientes são necessários para definir a técnica cirúrgica mais efetiva.


Introduction: Sex reassignment surgery is a reliable and safe option, which has drastically reduced dysphoria and improved the quality of life of transgender individuals. The most studied and used technique is penile inversion with modifications, which results in appropriate esthetic appearance and functionality, but the surgical technique has not been standardized. Partial satisfaction rates up to 38% and dissatisfaction rates of 15% may cause up to 66% of cases to undergo additional procedures. The objective is to suggest esthetic refinements to the appearance of the vulva and compare some of the techniques described, seeking to increase the postoperative esthetic and functional satisfaction. Methods: A retrospective study with 7 patients undergoing sex reassignment surgery between August 2017 and February 2018 was conducted. The clitoris is constructed with the glans in the form of a trident, using the corona to build the corpus cavernosa of the clitoris and increase the area of erogenous sensation. A section of the prepuce is used to increase the coverage of the clitoris and cover the inner surface of the labia minora, which are defined with the use of sutures. Results: Adequate sensitivity and satisfaction with the result and capacity of orgasm in all patients were observed. There was no stenosis, fistula, or necrosis of the clitoris with this technique. Only 1 case needed an additional procedure for better esthetic definition. Conclusion: The technique presented leads to high patient satisfaction and erogenous sensitivity, with some advantages compared to other techniques. However, prospective studies with larger numbers of patients are needed to define a more effective surgical technique.


Subject(s)
Humans , Transsexualism/surgery , Vulva/surgery , Vulva/physiopathology , Reconstructive Surgical Procedures/methods , Esthetics , Sex Reassignment Procedures/adverse effects , Sex Reassignment Procedures/methods , Sex Reassignment Surgery/adverse effects , Sex Reassignment Surgery/methods , Sex Reassignment Surgery/rehabilitation , Transgender Persons
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Maghreb Medical. 1997; (314): 22-3
in French | IMEMR | ID: emr-45369
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Medical Journal of Cairo University [The]. 1996; 64 (Supp. 4): 183-7
in English | IMEMR | ID: emr-42356

ABSTRACT

This study included a 41-year old woman presented with vulval leiomyomata which recurred six years after excision. The patient had leiomyomata of the uterus which recurred several times within an 18-year period after excision. The tumors involved both labia majora. The right labium majus was the site of three small leiomyomata and the left labium majus was occupied by a large ovoid tumor. The tumors were existed. They were well circumscribed with expansile margins. Mitotic figures were absent. The patient had a special predisposition for the development, growth and recurrence of uterine and vulval leiomyomata. Although tumor multiplicity is a feature of uterine leiomyomata, the vulval myoma is as a rule solitary. This is the first report of multiple bilateral vulval myomas. Recurrence of uterine myomas is a distinct possibility. It is not surprising therefore that the vulval tumor should recur in a similar manner. Patient represent the second reported instance of multicentric genital leiomyomata


Subject(s)
Humans , Female , Vulva/physiopathology
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London; Chapman & Hall Medical; 1992. 109 p. ilus, 28cm.
Monography in English | LILACS, HANSEN, HANSENIASE, SESSP-ILSLACERVO, SES-SP | ID: biblio-1086680
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