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Objectives: to study different modalities of reconstruction of defects in the scrotum and to verify indications and efficacy of each technique. Background: Techniques of genital reconstruction continue to evolve. However, mainstays of therapy include split-thickness skin graft, primary closure, and musculocutaneous flap. The best cosmetic and functional outcomes appear to occur in patients being treated for local cutaneous and lymphatic conditions. Methods: A prospective cross-sectional study was conducted on thirty male patients with a defect of scrotal skin with age range between 20 and 70 years old. They attended the plastic surgery and burn department of Menoufia University during the period time from March 2021 to February 2023. Results: There was no significant differences among the studied the groups regarding post-operative complications as infection, graft loss and bleeding (P>0.05). While, donner morbidity as dyschromia recorded in 33.3% of patients with graft technique and 100% of patients under flab technique had scar (P