paraphimosis


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paraphimosis

(ˌpærəˌfɪˈməʊsɪs)
n
(Veterinary Science) inability to retract the penis into the prepuce as a result of narrowing of the prepuce
Translations

par·a·phi·mo·sis

n. parafimosis.
1. constricción del prepucio detrás del glande del pene;
2. retracción del párpado por detrás del globo ocular.

paraphimosis

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Likewise, those who also had some additional urological problems such as paraphimosis reduction, hypospadias repair, epispadias repair, undescended testicles surgery; and who were planned to be operated for those reasons and to be circumcised at the same time were also excluded.
Phimosis or paraphimosis may occur as a complication.
A 56-year-old non-insulin dependent diabetic man initially presented with paraphimosis and candidal balanoposthitis.
Wylie and Payne described a modified surgical technique consisting in subischial urethrostomy and penile amputation with preputial ablation, for the treatment of different severe pathologies (SCC, melanomas, chronic preputial discharge, and paraphimosis) in 15 horses.
According to American Academy of Pediatrics, circumcision reduces the risk of UTI of infancy, phimosis, paraphimosis, balanoposthitis and future risk of penile cancer development2.
Individuals who did not meet the criteria for participation were offered alternative treatment (surgical MC for men with narrow foreskin or paraphimosis; or medical treatment for men with penile lesions, fever, or other disease, with the option of surgical MC following resolution of the condition).
Bilateral testicular hypoplasia (BTH) accounted for the highest incidence of 4.10%, while bilateral testicular atrophy (BTA), paraphimosis, and unilateral cryptorchidism (UC) followed with incidence rates of 2.38%, 1.72%, and 1.24%, respectively (Table 1).
Paraphimosis, phimosis, phagedenic ulceration, bubo formation, rupture of dorsal artery of penis etc.
Penile protrusion or paraphimosis is the inability of the exteriorized penis to return to its normal anatomic position inside the prepuce.
Paraphimosis is characterized by inability of the animal to retract his penis into prepuce.
There are also conditions that only uncircumcised males experience, such as paraphimosis, a painful state where the foreskin, once retracted, becomes trapped, unable to be returned to its original position.