14 April, 2010

Circumcision and foreskin balanitis

Foreskin balanitis is a bacterial infection of the tip of Penis, which affect
only boys.  The male who performed circumcision have never been affected.

Photo was taken November 14, 1987 
at St Joseph's Catholic Hospital. Monrovia, Liberia, 

Above photo show the Circumcision in neonate; the removal of some or all 
of the foreskin from the penis is commonly practised in several ethnic groups 
in sub-equatorial Africa, the Jewish and Islamic faiths.

For more informaton of circumcision 

    →  http://newborns.stanford.edu/Circumcision.html 

Any questions:  write to Keiji Hagiwara, MD
------------------ Kami-Ube Pediatric Clinic, 
------------------ 1-20-2 Tokiwadai, Ube 755-0097, Japan
------------------ keijihagiwara@gmail.com   or   keiji-hagiwara@umin.ac.jp