Glandular adhesion (of remnant foreskin)

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Glandular adhesion (of remnant foreskin) is a complication of circumcision that occurs primarily when child circumcision is performed by traditional practitioners in developing nations.[1] [2][3]

Ekenze & Ezomike (2013) treated these cases by release of glanular adhesion, excision of the redundant prepuce and refashioning to achieve good cosmesis.[3]


  1. REFjournal Osifo OD, Oriaifo IA. Circumcision mishaps in Nigerian children. Ann Afr Med. October 2009; 8(4): 266-70. PMID. DOI. Retrieved 21 February 2022. Example
  2. REFjournal Tempark T, Wu T, Singer C. Dermatological complications of circumcision: lesson learned from cases in a pediatric dermatology practice. Pediatr Dermatol. 20 May 2013; 30(5): 519-28. PMID. DOI. Retrieved 21 January 2022.
  3. a b REFjournal Ekenze SO, Ezomike UO. Complications of Neonatal Circumcision Requiring Surgical Intervention in a Developing Country (archive URL) August 2013; 59(4): 292-7. PMID. DOI. Retrieved 21 February 2022.