Introduction: Modified Passerini-Glazel feminizing genitoplasty is typically performed in children with atypical genitalia. In our article, we have performed the procedure in adults with genital anomalies. Case presentation: The first case was a 22 years old woman who was planning to get married. She presented with a chief complaint of having no vaginal canal. Gynecological examination showed no vaginal opening. The common channel was visible, and the size of the perineal body was 3 cm. The patient underwent vaginal reconstruction using a modified Passerini-Glazel technique without amnion graft. The second case was a 20 years old girl planning to get married, with a chief complaint of small vaginal introitus. Gynecology examination showed small minor labia with an introitus size of 1 cm. The patients underwent vaginal reconstruction and labioplasty using a modified Passerini-Glazel technique with an amnion graft. Both patients have undergone anal atresia surgery in childhood. Discussion: There was no difference in outcome between using amnion graft and without amnion graft following the modified Passerini-Glazel feminizing genitoplasty procedure. The first patient had been pregnant and had successful delivery by elective cesarean section. Moreover, the second patient had no complaint of sexual disorders after the procedure. No cases of dysuria, urinary tract infection, leukorrhea, hematocolpos, or malodorous vaginal discharge were reported in both cases. Conclusion: Modified Passerini-Glazel feminizing genitoplasty is a safe and effective procedure. Daily vaginal dilation in the postoperative period was unnecessary, and it allowed for an excellent cosmetic result.
- Genitalia anomaly
- Good outcome
- Modified Passerini-Glazel feminizing genitoplasty