Japanese men seen carrying a replica of a phallus
during the festival
(4), was managed with laparotomy and colostomy on the third day of life, and cystoplasty and reimplantation of left ureter in a single bladder and resection of left phallus
were performed when the patient was 4 months old.
Shimada, "A case of bifid phallus
and bladder neck incompetence: Is this a variant of epispadias or hypospadias?" Urology, vol.
The rare reptile probably lost the phallus
, the researchers conclude.
Using these techniques, the flap is harvested with the associated neurovascular supply to construct a phallus
that maintains erogenous and tactile sensation (Felici & Felici, 2006; Ma, Cheng, & Liu, 2011; Monstrey et al., 2009; Selvaggi et al., 2007).
His home farm is in Llanfihangel GM but he also owns land at Llandegla, near Wrexham, where he was working with a tractor-towed topper when the phallus
began to take shape.
The stir comes just months af-" ter residents in Merseyside were said to be worried about the value of their homes after it emerged their estate resembles a giant phallus
when seen from above.
It forms in the ventral, caudal region of mammalian embryos of both sexes, and eventually develops into a phallus
. In the human fetus, the genital tubercle develops around week 4 of gestation, and by week 9 becomes recognizably either a clitoris or penis.
For the Greeks and later Roman Priapeia, the phallus
was associated with fertility.
Terminology for genitalia follows Klots (1970) with modification by Kristensen (2003) for use of phallus
instead of aedeagus.
are ready to kill the political men." They play the "'castration' card" and are thus "invincible." (1) Such overheated rhetoric regularly attends discussions about "phallic women" and "female masculinity." This essay seeks to analyze current uses of these overlapping but disparate concepts about women who are presumed to have a relation to a or the "phallus
," or to the vague and elastic category of "masculinity."