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Muhammad Ishaq Khan

Muhammad Ishaq Khan

Department of Urology, Postgraduate Medical Institution Lady Reading Hospital, Peshawar

Title: Management of structure urethra by internal optical urethrotomy

Biography

Muhammad Ishaq is the fellow of College of physicians and surgeons of Pakistan, Royal College of Surgeons of Ireland, Royal College of Physicians & surgeons of Glasgow and Royal college of Surgeons of England. He is the examiner to the Royal College of Surgeons in UK. Moreover, he is the Founder Chairman of Jinnah Medical College Peshawar Pakistan. He is a general Surgeon and Head of the Department of surgery of DHQ Hospital and Naseerullah Khan Baber Memorial Hospital. He is also the founder Chairman of Ghulam Yousaf Education System (Pvt. Ltd.) which promotes medical education and allied education in the province in collaboration with the Khyber Medical University and University of Peshawar, Government of Khyberpukhtunkhwa Pakistan. He is also the chairman of Jinnah institute of paramedical sciences and Fatimah Jinnah institute of public health under the auspices of Pakistan nursing council. He is a busy surgeon and has more than 20 publications to his credit in the reputed Journals of the country.

Abstract

Transuretheral urethrotomy under vision with the Sachse urethrotome is a relatively new surgical procedure for the treatment of urethral strictures. Th e main advantage of the urethrotome is the fact that the surgeon can cut strictures selectively and accurately under clear vision. the procedure is less painful than blind internal urethrotomy. We report on 105 cases with at least 12 months of follow up. In 47(45%) cases the strictures were in membranous and prostatic urethra, in 39(37%) in bulbar urethra and in 19(18%) in penile urethra. the results were considered good in 79(75%) improved in 21(20%) and a failure in 5(5%). Th e-Technique for urethral strictures in described and postoperative treatment is emphasized and discussed. We have found this technique a further improvement in the management of urethral strictures.