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7. Excessive Skin Removed

 

uneven 16  the same, erect
This high circumcision has removed about 2/3 of the skin of the penis. On erection, the hairy scrotal skin is drawn up the shaft. This penis was exhibited by its owner on a circumfetishist website as an object of beauty.

 

The scrotal skin is drawn half way up the shaft, while the glans is tilted downward.Excess skin removed

 

This man's frenulum has been ablated and a further (yellowish) slice made down the centre.

split and ablated frenulum split and ablated frenulum
(Click on the thumbnails for greatly enlarged images)
On the back and side of his penis are small skin bridges.

 

Iatrogenic Hypospadias
Iatrogenic hypospadias

In circumcising this man (unnecessarily) at 17 for phimosis, the doctor has not only removed all the frenulum, but cut into the urethra, creating a iatrogenic hypospadias and dividing the glans in two.

 

 

Plastic bell Horrors

The plastic bell is often described as a "non-cutting" (and therefore painless) method of circumcision.
These were briefly posted (with the comments shown) on a photo-sharing website.

Plastibell complication 1

[tradename] ring which has migrated proximally onto
[down] the penile shaft 8 days after circumcision.
Plastic bell complication 2

Extensive skin loss over penile shaft. Same patient as 1
[He wasn't a "patient" until after he was circumcised.]
Plastic bell complication 3

Same as 1 and 2
Plastic bell complication 4 fistula

Urethrocutaneous fistula on the corona
[hole between the urine-tube and the skin at the flange of the head]
at age of 2 years. Fistula had been present since neonatal period.

[The hole is actually well below the corona,
on the place the frenulum used to be - it has been completely removed.
Notice also the scarring of the sulcus
- black skin scars more readily than white.
]

Plastic bell complication 5 - necrosis

Partial necrosis [death] of glans penis seen on 13th day post-circumcision.

 

Skin-bridgesSkin-tags
Scarring Unevenness
Galloping
Gangrene
Excessive
skin removed
Varicose VeinsMalapposition
Wound dehiscence
For further complications see
the list of Reasons Not To Circumcise
and the Complications page
which includes death.

 

 

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