foreskin


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Synonyms for foreskin

a fold of skin covering the tip of the clitoris

a fold of skin covering the tip of the penis

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* Using adult foreskins donated voluntarily, the researchers were able to preserve the connective tissue matrix of the foreskin that maintains it shape (both grossly and microscopically) and elasticity.
At that point, Ms Jendrzejewski said: "He removed his trousers, pulled back his foreskin and pulled a white bag of powder from his penis.
Parents of uncircumcised infants should be instructed to never forcibly retract the foreskin, but to bathe and wash the genitals daily.
(5,6,13) In an era of restricted resources, coupled with the clinical suspicion, the value of routine pathological assessment of the clinically suspected LS foreskin may need to be revisited.
'The procedure is simpler because at that age, the foreskin is thinner and less vascular, so they heal faster and complication rates are lower,' he added.
What is often overlooked in this discussion is a third group, those men who have been circumcised but have decided to restore their foreskin (Earp, 2015).
The foreskin's inner surface contains large numbers of Langerhans cells, a preferred target for HIV.
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(2) Phimosis from the greek word (muzzle) is a condition where the male foreskin cannot be retracted from the head of the penis.
I believe in good foreskin care early --preschool and up.
The study also found that babies who were circumcised before the age of one were 14 percent less likely to develop prostate cancer and the removal of the foreskin at a young age provides protection, over the long term, against the most aggressive forms of cancer.
The three belong to 20 boys whose foreskin were cut on Dec 23 near Borroloola, located 700 kilometres east of Darwin.
But the findings identify previously unknown differences between a warm, moist environment under the foreskin and the comparatively dry surfaces found on circumcised men.
The other two features are an abnormally developed foreskin (usually referred to as a "dorsal hood") and a downward curvature of the penis (chordee).