Figure geni_01_n.jpg: Penis of a toddler. Instead of a urethral orifice at the tip of the glans a groove is visible at the ventral side of the glans with the urethral opening in the sulcus. There is no union of the foreskin on the ventral side of the glans. The glans is sligthly broader than usual. The diagnosis is an anterior type of hypospadias. Three characteristic signs are present on inspection: Displacement of the urethral orifice, split foreskin and broadening of the glans.