File:Kid Friendly Approach to Meatal Stenosis.pdf
A kid-friendly approach to Meatal Stenosis Johns Hopkins Children's Center By Pediatric urologist Ming-Hsien Wang September 8, 2010
This article, which discusses "meatal stenosis, a common complication of circumcision characterized by a difficult-to-aim urinary stream and painful, prolonged urination due to the development of scar tissue at the urethral meatus and frequent urinary accidents", was recently removed from the Johns Hopkins website but was rescued thanks to the wayback machine - internet archive.
Original url (currently a redirection) https://www.hopkinschildrens.org/a-kid-friendly-approach-to-meatal-stenosis.aspx
Archived url from February of 2015 
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