A delayed foreskin-sparing approach to the management of penile fractures in uncircumcised Jamaican men
OPEN International journal of surgery case reports | 10 Nov 2015
DP Wong, BF Morrison, RG Mayhew, GA Reid and WD Aiken
The traditional surgical approach to penile fracture is to perform a circumferential subcoronal degloving incision emergently to repair the injury. This approach necessitates circumcision to avoid foreskin complications. We present four men who had a delayed foreskin-sparing approach and discuss its advantages.
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