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Hypospadias can be defined as a incomplete development of the urethra. Most hypospadias cases show spontaneous occurrence and have no clear cause because the genetic pathways of external genitalia formation are poorly understood. Familial tendency is associated with hypospadias. The brother of an affected boy may also have hypospadias, and this rate is approximately 9-17%. In this case report, we present three hypospadias cases with the same localization that have prolonged to three generationsdoi:10.14740/jmc1670w fatcat:z6sonom5rze63odlyrdsv4v6my