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1/3. Case report. paraphimosis due to erotic dancing.

    paraphimosis usually develops when a tight foreskin is retracted over the glans penis for a prolonged period. Many esoteric aetiologies have been implicated in the development of paraphimosis including piercing the foreskin, plasmodium falciparum infection, application of celadine juice to the foreskin, chancroid, pessaries and the implantation of pearls. We report the first two cases of paraphimosis developing during wining, an erotic dance native to Trinidad & Tobago.
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2/3. paraphimosis in elderly men.

    paraphimosis occurs when the foreskin of the penis is retracted over the glans and cannot be replaced in its normal position. The tight ring of preputial skin constricts the distal penis causing vascular occlusion, much like a tourniquet. The condition is painful and, if not dealt with quickly, can lead to necrosis of the glans. Simple reduction of the prepuce can be achieved by compressing the edematous fluid out of the glans and repositioning the foreskin. Irreducible paraphimosis is treated by dorsal slit procedure and subsequent circumcision. We present two cases illustrating the treatment techniques and possible complications of paraphimosis in men.
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3/3. Treatment of paraphimosis using the "puncture" technique.

    The puncture technique is a simple method that aids in the manual reduction of the paraphimotic foreskin. We present a case that describes how we are currently using the technique in our pediatric patients.
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