3D Model Graphics of Scrotoplasty Technique
Scrotoplasty for transgender men typically involves the dissection and rotation of the labia majora, followed by the insertion of silicone or saline testicular implants. Some surgeons will also fuse the scrotum together to create a single sac. Common complications include extrusion, where the implant erodes the soft tissues of least resistance: along the incision line; and implant migration, where the implant moves from its original placement.
These 3D graphics recreate, model and animate the FTM scrotoplasty procedure for transgender men.
Related scrotoplasty journal articles:
- Scrotal reconstruction in female-to-male transsexuals: a novel scrotoplasty.
- Testicular Prostheses: Development and Modern Usage
- Scrotal construction by expansion of labia majora in biological female transsexuals.