Straddle Injury Stricture Cured After Decades of Failed Surgeries

Mr. Robert Kealhofer suffered a straddle injury and underwent over 20 surgeries over a period of decades including dilations, incisions (called direct vision internal urethrotomy), open surgery, and a stent. All surgeries failed. He was referred to the Center for Reconstructive Urology. He underwent a successful re-do urethroplasty 10 years ago (at the age of 76) with stent removal and was finally permanently cured of his urethal stricture disease.