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Abnormal Foreskin


  • When present as a congenital finding, chordee (a ventral curvature of the penis) is a contraindication to routine circumcision.[med.stanford.edu]
  • Chordee : An abnormal curvature of the end of the penis, present from birth. Severe cases may require surgical correction.[webmd.com]
  • This STI is caused by the human papillomavirus. • Herpes is an STI which presents as small red bumps which develop into blisters that rupture to form painful open sores and ulcers.[health24.com]
  • Also, if chordee is present then this is corrected to allow the penis to straighten.[patient.info]
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  • It is more common in the Caucasian population and in those of Jewish and Italian descent. Diagnosis The diagnosis is usually made during the newborn examination.[paediatricpearls.co.uk]
  • Pediatr Med Chir (in Italian). 27 (3–4): 91–3. PMID 16910457 . Buechner SA (September 2002). "Common skin disorders of the penis" . BJU Int . 90 (5): 498–506. doi : 10.1046/j.1464-410X.2002.02962.x . PMID 12175386 . a b c Cantu Jr. S.[en.wikipedia.org]
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  • A man in Mexico with an 18.9-inch foreskin covering his seven-inch penis has registered as disabled because the size of his genitals prevent him from being able to work properly, he says.[newsweek.com]
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  • Treatment can be complicated and take awhile to cure[medhelp.org]
  • And if you do know what it is, please help me know what treatments are recommended, e.g. ointments. You may also like... HELP PLEASE SPOT ON PENIS pushed a lot because she was to tight . Please tell me what is this im paniced.[healthunlocked.com]
  • If infection is the cause, treatment will include antibiotic or antifungal medication. If balanitis is severe or recurrent, circumcision may be the best treatment option.[beaumont.org]
  • Treatment If the foreskin cannot be pulled back into place treatment should be sought.[medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com]
  • The goal of treatment is to relieve the erection and preserve penile function. In most cases, treatment involves draining the blood using a needle placed in the side of the penis.[my.clevelandclinic.org]


  • In partial epispadias, prognosis for continence with treatment is good.[msdmanuals.com]
  • Prognosis With the use of modern instruments, sutures and antibiotics and by performing the procedure at a younger age, the repair of hypospadias has been successful.[paediatricpearls.co.uk]
  • Foreskin Problems Prognosis With either condition, timely treatment usually resolves of the problem.[emedicinehealth.com]
  • Prognosis In most men, phimosis is not a serious problem and will not require treatment. However, it is not expected to improve on its own. With treatment, phimosis in most males can be managed or corrected.[medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com]
  • […] and is an effective treatment; however, this method has become less common as of 2012. [8] While circumcision prevents phimosis, studies of the incidence of healthy infants circumcised for each prevented case of phimosis are inconsistent. [16] [27] Prognosis[en.wikipedia.org]


  • […] of corpora cavernosa Balanoposthitis/balanitis Unclear etiology: possible infection, mechanical trauma, contact irritation, and contact allergies Phimosis Probably results from recurrent bouts of irritation of the foreskin from improper hygiene habits[unboundmedicine.com]
  • Hypospadias: anatomy, etiology, and technique. J Pediatr Surg 2006; 41:463. Carlson WH, Kisely SR, MacLellan DL. Maternal and fetal risk factors associated with severity of hypospadias: a comparison of mild and severe cases.[paediatricpearls.co.uk]
  • Once the etiology of balanitis is determined, irritants must eliminated and proper treatment provided.[circinfo.org]


  • Okeke, LI, et al. " Epidemiology of complications of male circumcision in Ibadan, Nigeria ". BMC Urol, Aug 6(21): online, 2006. Shoemaker, C. "Neonatal circumcision: risks and benefits ". Up to Date, version 17.1: online, 2009.[med.stanford.edu]
  • Some studies found phimosis to be a risk factor for urinary retention [34] and carcinoma of the penis . [35] Epidemiology [ edit ] A number of medical reports of phimosis incidence have been published over the years.[en.wikipedia.org]
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  • “There is no single magic bullet prevention method to HIV hence adoption of a mix of biomedical, behavioural and structural interventions to meet the current HIV prevention needs of particular individuals and communities,” she argued.[herald.co.zw]
  • Prevention Proper hygiene is the most important preventative measure. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that the immature foreskin of boys not be forced back for cleaning.[medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com]
  • General Prevention Some penile and foreskin problems may be prevented with proper hygiene and education of the caretakers.[unboundmedicine.com]
  • Foreskin Problems Prevention Phimosis only affects uncircumcised males. Circumcision is the definitive preventive measure against this disorder. For those who choose to remain uncircumcised, proper hygiene can reduce the risk of developing phimosis.[emedicinehealth.com]
  • Prevents infections under the foreskin. It also prevents persistent tight foreskin. Both of these problems are uncommon and are usually due to pulling back the foreskin too hard or with dirty hands.[summitmedicalgroup.com]

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