Urologist's Notebook Circumcision Revision: Circumcision Revision

Anderson, Bradley
July 2012
Pediatrics for Parents;Jul/Aug2012, Vol. 28 Issue 7/8, p24
The article offers information on the neonatal circumcisions in the U.S. It says that the circumcision of male infants at birth is a common practice in the country and the most common complications for neonatal circumcisions include the removal of too much skin or too little skin, and redundant foreskin or preputial adhesions. It mentions that urologist may perform a formal repair for redundant foreskin or preputial adhesions to revise the original circumcision.


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