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Top Doctor for Epidiasis in Faisalabad - Dr. Imran Qadir
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Dr. Imran Qadir

MBBS, FCPS

Urologist

Experience: N/A
Peoples Colony, Faisalabad
Rs. 1,000
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Top Doctor for Epidiasis in Faisalabad - Dr. Muhammad Tahir Bashir Malik
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Dr. Muhammad Tahir Bashir Malik

MBBS, FCPS (Urology), FRCS (Urology), MCPS (Surgery)

Urologist

Dr. Muhammad Tahir Bashir Malik

MBBS, FCPS (Urology), FRCS (Urology), MCPS (Surgery)

Urologist

Endo-Urology
General Urology
Stone Surgery
15 years experience
Gulistan Colony, Faisalabad
Fee: N/A
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Top Doctor for Epidiasis in Faisalabad - Dr. Irfan Munir
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Dr. Irfan Munir

MBBS, FCPS

Urologist

Dr. Irfan Munir

MBBS, FCPS

Urologist

Experience: N/A
Faisalabad
Fee: N/A
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Top Doctor for Epidiasis in Faisalabad - Dr. Ashraf Ali
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Dr. Ashraf Ali

MBBS, FCPS,

Urologist

Dr. Ashraf Ali

MBBS, FCPS,

Urologist

Experience: N/A
Hajveeri Town, Faisalabad
Fee: N/A
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Top Doctor for Epidiasis in Faisalabad - Dr. Atique Ur Rahman
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Dr. Atique Ur Rahman

MBBS, FCPS

Urologist

Experience: N/A
Madina Town, Faisalabad
Fee: N/A
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Top Doctor for Epidiasis in Faisalabad - Dr. Akram Malik
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Dr. Akram Malik

MBBS, FCPS (SURGERY), FCPS (UROLOGY)

Urologist

Dr. Akram Malik

MBBS, FCPS (SURGERY), FCPS (UROLOGY)

Urologist

Experience: N/A
Hajveeri Town, Faisalabad
Fee: N/A
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Top Doctor for Epidiasis in Faisalabad - Dr. Muhammad Sohail
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Dr. Muhammad Sohail

MBBS, FCPS

Urologist

Experience: N/A
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Fee: N/A
M, Tu, W, Th, F, Sa
Top Doctor for Epidiasis in Faisalabad - Dr. Irfan Rasool
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Dr. Irfan Rasool

MBBS, FCPS

Urologist

Experience: N/A
Peoples Colony, Faisalabad
Fee: N/A
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What is Epidiasis?

An epispadias is a rare type of malformation of the penis in which the urethra ends in an opening on the upper aspect of the penis. It can also develop in females when the urethra develops too far anteriorly. It occurs in around 1 in 120,000 male and 1 in 500,000 female births.