construction, a new scrotum is created by stretching out the labia majora with
implanted tissue expanders. Scrotal implants are added several months later.
Also Known As:
- Gender reassignment
Conditions Treated with Neoscrotum
construction may be performed in cases of female to male sex reassignment.
There are no
comparable non-surgical alternatives to neoscrotum construction.
Anesthesia with Neoscrotum Construction:
construction may be performed with local or regional anesthesia. It can also be
performed under general anesthesia, which means that the patient is asleep and
completely unaware during the procedure.
Potential Complications from Neoscrotum
following neoscrotum construction include infection, swelling, bleeding and a
negative reaction to the anesthesia.