Posterior Type 3 (Hypospadias)

Figure geni_7_n.jpg: Boy with abnormal external genitals. The fingers are spreading the ventral side of the penis by traction on the prepuce toward the top. The orifice lies completely proximally to a reddish ridge which runs from the sulcus in the midline to the orifice. The diagnosis is also a severe form of hypospadias or a posterior or more precisely, a perineal hypospadias. The scrotum is divided (= bifid scrotum), and the shaft of the penis is curved in a ventral direction by a reddish midline ridge. Micturition occurs perpendicularly to the penis shaft between the legs due to the extreme proximal site of the orifice.