glans


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glans

[glanz]
(anatomy)
The conical body forming the distal end of the clitoris or penis.
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She claimed that the fourth defendant (a specialist at Selayang Hospital) had assured her that her son's penis glans would grow as he got older, but at the age of 17, it did not.
Glanuloplasty is completed with advancement of the glans flaps to the midline and the meatus is matured.
Glandular hypospadias: The ectopic meatus is situated on the glans tissue behind the normal site and they can be associated with a marked Hypoplasia of the distal urethra and a glans tilt or Chordee.
The glans penis was moderately erythematous and edematous with the appearance of phimosis.
Typically, a distal shunt between the corpus cavernosum and the glans penis is created using a percutaneous procedure (Ebbehoj or Winter, T-shunt) or an open (Al-Ghorab) procedure in second-line treatment (9).
reviewed the record of 48 children with complications of circumcision which ranged from bleeding to glans amputation and death of a child.
The penile disassembly technique was used by means of separating the neurovascular bundle, urethra, and glans penis and cavernous tissues from each other (Figure 1a, 1b).
Onyango patiently explained the basics: that circumcision is a surgical procedure that removes the foreskin covering the glans (rounded tip) of the male organ.
The Prince Albert is a male piercing that starts in the urethra at the penile tip and exits on the underside of the penis at the top of the glans (the naked part of the penis after the foreskin) with a curved barbell running through.
More serious is damage to the penis, which ranges from accidental dilation of the meatus to partial amputation of the penile glans. Any such injury should immediately prompt a consultation with a pediatric urologist.
Weight, presence of chordee, urethral deficit length, glans size, and type of repair were not significantly different between the two groups (Table 1).
After circumcision and degloving of the penis, it was noticed that although glans appeared normal both cavernosal bodies were replaced by necrotic tissue and pus up to their middle.