Original Article

Experiences in the Use of Cordex in Urethral Strictures: A Preliminary Report

Authors: WILLIAM H. MORSE, M.D., FRANK J. MALONE, Jr., M.D., SAMUEL L. RAINES, M.D.

Abstract

Steroid therapy appears to offer a most valuable adjunct in the management of urethral strictures. It seems to prevent scarring after dilatation which in turn decreases the need for further manipulation.

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