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Redundant Prepuce


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  • Abstract OBJECTIVE To determine the prevalence of diabetes in men presenting with phimosis, and to establish the incidence of undiagnosed diabetes in men presenting with acquired or life‐long phimosis.[doi.org]
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  • Frigidity from psychologic causes, such as fear of pregnancy, early adverse training and experiences. 2. Incorrect attitude of patient or husband concerning desire to be helped, factors of abnormal jealousy, excessive psychoneurosis.[noharmm.org]
  • The complaints were: redundant prepuce, inguinal scrotal tumor and urinary incontinence. Clinical, diagnosis and treatment protocol is described.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]
  • During the first year or two of life, when the infant is incontinent, the prepuce fulfils an essential function in protecting the glans. Its removal predisposes to meatal ulceration.[cirp.org]
  • However, it seems to be no accident that during the years when the child is incontinent the glans is completely clothed by the prepuce, for, deprived of this protection, the glans becomes susceptible to injury from contact with sodden clothes or napkin[en.wikipedia.org]


  • [New concept of the treatment for redundant prepuce].[pubfacts.com]
  • They were asked to fill the investigating questionnaire about the changes of ejaculatory latent period, patients’ and their wives’ satisfaction with sexual life before and after the treatment.[thundersplace.org]
  • The water sac realizes dilating treatment of phimosis and redundant prepuce, thus reducing suffering and scare during treatment, avoiding injury and bleeding. Therefore, it is unnecessary for patients to be in hospital and reduce treatment cost.[google.com]
  • Additionally, DCSD showed a lower adverse events rate than other two treatments. However, no significant difference was shown in all surgeries for 24 h postoperative pain score.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]
  • Google Scholar 7 : Cost-effective treatment of phimosis. Pediatrics 1998 ; 102 : E43. Google Scholar 8 : A conservative treatment of phimosis in boys. Eur Urol 2001 ; 40 : 196. Google Scholar 9 : Topical steroid treatment of phimosis in boys.[doi.org]


  • The aim of this paper is to warn about the possible etiology of these urological lymphatic presentations and discuss its management.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]
  • Traumatic meatitis of the unprotected postcircumcision urethral meatus and/or meatal ischemia after damage to the frenular artery at circumcision have been cited as possible etiologic factors.[dx.doi.org]


  • Epidemiological aspects of cancer of the penis in Finland. Eur J Cancer Prev. 1992 Feb;1(2):153-8. Pec J Jr, Pec J Sr, Plank L, Plank J, Lazarova Z, Kliment J. Squamous cell carcinoma of the penis. Analysis of 24 cases.[web.archive.org]
  • Lindhagen 7 states, “contrary to epidemiological data that showed spontaneous resolution of most cases of phimosis, circumcision has become the first line of treatment for these patients.[doi.org]
  • Epidemiology The majority of boys will have a retractile foreskin by 10 years of age and 95% by 16-17 years of age. [ 1 ] Phimosis can subsequently occur at any age.[patient.info]
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  • The pathophysiology is likely to be secondary to recurrent vulvar dermal infections of blunt trauma changing prepucial elasticity. Clitoral phimosis, a previously undiagnosed physical finding, was identified in 22% of the women.[dx.doi.org]
  • J Pediatr Surg 1994; 29:561-563 [CrossRef] [Medline] Persad R, Sharma S, McTavish J, Imber C, Mouriquand PD Clinical presentation and pathophysiology of meatal stenosis following circumcision.[web.archive.org]
  • Clinical presentation and pathophysiology of meatal stenosis following circumcision. Br J Urol 1995; 75: 91-3 Stenram A, Malmfors G, Okmian L. Circumcision for phimosis: indications and results.[cirp.org]


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  • This inelastic tissue prevents retraction.[en.wikipedia.org]
  • Because of these reasons, the experts suggested that there was redundant prepuce and phimosis male adolescents, surgical resection should be as soon as possible after surgery should pay attention to the wound clean to prevent infection.[tcmwell.com]

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