Will Untreated Phimosis Leads to Penile Cancer?

Phimosis is a pathologic inability to retract the foreskin in uncircumcised men. Penile cancer is more common in men with Phimosis. Penile cancer though an uncommon medical condition, is highly associated with mortality and other adverse reactions. Penile cancer leads to physical genital disfigurement that may interfere with normal male voiding patterns, disable normal penetrative…

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All about Stapler Circumcision

All about Stapler Circumcision Most decisions about circumcision are based on cultural, religious or personal reasons. Though circumcision is not a medical mandatory, the benefits of circumcision in men outweighs the risks of indicative medical conditions.Male circumcision (MC) was one of the earliest operations performed by humans. This procedure gained practice worldwide for the reason…

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Phimosis - Causes and Treatment

What is Phimosis?

Phimosis is defined as the inability to retract the skin (foreskin or prepuce) covering the head (glans) of the penis. Phimosis may appear as a tight ring or rubber band of foreskin around the tip of the penis, preventing full retraction. Phimosis is divided into two forms: physiologic and pathologic. The current incidence of phimosis…

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