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Redundant Prepuce


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  • This indicates that the antigen-presenting pathogen by abundant DCs residing in the foreskin may be the most probable reason to cause CP/CPPS. Thus, the longer the foreskin, the more likely antigens presented to the T-cells cause CP/CPPS.[ajandrology.com]
  • The present study aimed to investigate the clinical curative effect of disposable stitching instrument operation in patients with redundant prepuce or phimosis.[spandidos-publications.com]

Treatment

  • [New concept of the treatment for redundant prepuce].[pubfacts.com]
  • To compare the merit and demerit of treatment for redundant prepuce by conventional circumcision or by removing the root skin of the penis. To investigate the ideal method and time of treatment for redundant prepuce.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]
  • 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]
  • It should not be used for medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. As always, you should consult with your healthcare provider about your specific health needs.[sharecare.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]

Prognosis

  • […] performed for phimosis, and is effective, but this was becoming 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]

Etiology

  • In the past decade, many hypotheses have been proposed in relation to the etiology of CP/CPPS, including neurologically-rooted increases in pain sensitivity, autoimmunity, persistent inflammation, and psychological stress.[ajandrology.com]
  • Etiology The etiology of hypospadias is multifactorial. In 66-75% of hypospadias the cause remains unknown (Spindler et al. 2001). Somatic sexual development is associated with essential androgens.[pediatricurologybook.com]
  • The etiology of BXO is unknown, and it may represent a premalignant state. Clinically, it presents as severe phimosis and possibly meatal stenosis , glanular lesions, or both.[emedicine.medscape.com]
  • […] continues his discussion of genital warts, and maintains his rage against the foreskin: “Armed forces urological historians should be impressed with the fact that the redundant prepuce again can be pronounced guilty as a consistent contributor to the etiology[circinfo.org]

Epidemiology

  • Epidemiology 2004; 15: 93-9. 28. Cheng I, Witte JS, Jacobsen SJ, Haque R, Quinn VP, et al . Prostatitis, sexually transmitted diseases, and prostate cancer: the California Men's Health Study. PLoS One 2010; 5: e8736. 29.[ajandrology.com]
  • 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]
  • 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]
  • Epidemiological data from two seminal papers in the past century show that, at the age of 5 years, almost 75% of boys still have preputial adhesions and this figure drops steadily until puberty. 1 2 Preputial adhesions, therefore, are not an indication[arabmedmag.com]
  • Epidemiology of Urogenital Diseases . Beijing: People's Medical Publishing House. Xianze, Liang (2012). Tips on Puberty Health . Beijing: People's Education Press. Guochang, Huang (2010). General Surgery .[en.wikipedia.org]
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Pathophysiology

  • The pathophysiology of buried penis in adults differs from that in children and includes iatrogenically induced scar contracture with concurrent descent of the abdominal fat pad.[emedicine.medscape.com]

Prevention

  • […] and Treatment,Guangxi Medical University,Nanning,Guangxi 530021,China;2.Hezhou Center for Disease Control and Prevention,Hezhou,Guangxi 542800,China;3.Qinzhou Center for Disease Control and Prevention,Qinzhou,Guangxi 535000,China; Benefits of promoting[en.cnki.com.cn]
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  • But it does make one wonder about the degree to which prophylactic circumcision might prevent this suffering, especially as phimosis is not uncommon.[circumcisionnews.blogspot.com]
  • 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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