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Dorsal Slit surgery for Phimosis,Paraphimosis for patients who don
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Published: 2017/03/31
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Dorsal slit circumcision in children
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Published: 2016/01/19
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Sirkumsisi Teknik Dorsal Slit / Konvensional
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Circumcision, Dorsal slit yöntemiyle SÜNNET
Published: 2017/07/13
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How to perform fast & easy circumcision
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Penile block/Circumcision
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Channel: Dr. Asso. prof. Ram Nandan Prasad
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Sirkumsisi Dr Mahdian Circumcision Technique Using Electric Cauter
Sirkumsisi Dr Mahdian Circumcision Technique Using Electric Cauter
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Paraphimosis ( How to Reduce ? )
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Paraphimosis - Corrective measure
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Penile block in adult for Circumcision
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Male circumcision in the Philippines Bohol beschneidung
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Circumcission for paraphimosis that happened during mastrubation by the patient - Dr Narotam Dewan
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Dr. Elist Reviews Adult Circumcision Surgery - A Prerequisite for Penile Enlargement Surgery
Dr. Elist Reviews Adult Circumcision Surgery - A Prerequisite for Penile Enlargement Surgery
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The Surgery: Infant Circumcision w/ Aftercare Instructions
The Surgery: Infant Circumcision w/ Aftercare Instructions
Published: 2010/10/27
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Published: 2011/05/17
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circumcision, laser circumcision- Genesis surgery Center, hong kong
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Dr. Carlo Astini - Dr. Mohamed Sheeraye - PARAPHIMOSIS - Hopital de Balbala - Djibouti
Published: 2011/03/11
Channel: HERTY2003
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Published: 2015/09/15
Channel: Rajesh Rajendran
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Published: 2015/11/16
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Published: 2012/12/01
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Published: 2016/02/05
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Published: 2013/12/12
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Published: 2017/03/30
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Published: 2016/02/10
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Published: 2014/09/11
Channel: Comparative Anatomy
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Published: 2012/04/16
Channel: dramatichealth
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Published: 2010/10/04
Channel: newbornbabycare
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Published: 2012/01/25
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Published: 2013/05/15
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A dorsal slit (often referred to in anthropology as superincision) is a single incision along the upper length of the foreskin from the tip to the corona, exposing the glans without removing any tissue.

Dorsal slit

An ancient practice,[1] it has been a traditional custom among a number of peoples, particularly Filipinos and Pacific Islanders, probably for thousands of years.

In Western medicine it was used as an alternative to circumcision to relieve conditions such as failure of the foreskin to retract (phimosis) or failure to cover the glans penis (paraphimosis), although a perception of poor appearance limited its popularity. While it is a less invasive surgery than circumcision, it is more invasive than preputioplasty since it leaves the incision open. It is still used when circumcision or other measures are considered impractical or undesirable.

Traditional custom[edit]

Since superincision and circumcision are both forms of genital cutting that expose the glans, it can often be difficult to know which procedure is being described or depicted. Opinion is divided on whether a 4,000-year-old image from Egypt, often described as the first depiction of circumcision, may in fact be of a superincision.[2]

Superincision has been widely practised by people of the Pacific, stretching from Hawaii[3] to the Philippines.[4] However, with increasing urbanisation, traditional rituals have been giving way in many places to medically performed circumcision, and almost entirely so among Islanders living in New Zealand, where a recent survey found there was "a strong cultural demand from parents".[5] The most notable exception to Pacific superincision is the Māori of New Zealand, who do not circumcise or superincise,[6] although they have an indigenous term for the latter (ure haea or "split penis") and their tradition is that they stopped the practice when they arrived in New Zealand.[7]

Medical practice[edit]

Phimosis[edit]

Dorsal slit has a long history as a treatment for adult phimosis,[1] since compared with circumcision it was relatively easy to perform, did not risk damage to the frenulum, and before the invention of antibiotics was less likely to become infected. However, the literature often indicates that despite being "a simple operation" it was "not liked by some"[8] or refers to the "untidy apron-like appearance" it could produce.[9] Dorsal slit is now rare in Western countries as a treatment for phimosis. Standard guidelines suggest conservative approaches first and, should those fail, either circumcision or preputioplasty to both retain the foreskin and relieve the phimosis.[10]

Paraphimosis and other conditions[edit]

In some cases the foreskin may become swollen as a result of paraphimosis (foreskin trapped behind the glans) or other conditions such as severe balanitis. Should reduction of the swelling by conservative methods be unsuccessful, a dorsal slit is a common intervention of choice since circumcision is almost always excluded in such cases.[11][12] While it was formerly recommended that circumcision be subsequently performed once the originating condition has subsided,[13] this appears to be no longer the case.[14]

Dorsal genital slits in some African tribes[edit]

A variety of "dorsal slit" circumcision was once predominant amongst the Maasai tribe of Kenya and Tanzania, and is still practised and found in many of the more remote regions of the very large area known as "Maasailand" generally.

However, the Maasai operation is different in this: rather than a dorsal slit from the opening of the prepuce to the corona, a heart shaped "oval" is excised from the dorsum of the prepuce and the glans is pushed through this hole. Later the edges of the cut prepuce will heal.

The prepuce is first cut off, leaving only a small part where the main veins are located, which is pulled down and the small hole through which the glans in pushed through is created. The remaining part is left hanging down, but the glans exposed.

Formerly tribes that copied the Maasai like the numerous Kikuyu of Kenya also practised the same form of circumcision. Photos of the operation and result are numerously found in specialized African books, such as Carol Beckwith and Tepelit Ole Saitoti’s Maasai.

There are words for the resultant "prepuaial flap" in the Maa and Gikuyu languages, and possibly in other African tongues. In Gikuyu the word, now archaic, is likely to be ngwati.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Christianakis E (2008). "Sutureless prepuceplasty with wound healing by second intention: An alternative surgical approach in children's phimosis treatment". BMC Urology. 8: 6. PMC 2311323Freely accessible. PMID 18318903. doi:10.1186/1471-2490-8-6. 
  2. ^ Tasmania Law Reform Institute Non-Therapeutic Male Circumcision Archived October 24, 2009, at the Wayback Machine. Issues Paper, No. 14, 2009. (p. 14)
  3. ^ Diamond, Milton (2004). "Sexual Behavior in Pre Contact Hawai'i: A Sexological Ethnography". Revista Española del Pacifico (16): 37–58.  Milton Diamond incorrectly terms the procedure subincision, though it is clear superincision is meant.
  4. ^ Boyle, G and Ramos, S (2000). Ritual and Medical Circumcision among Filipino boys: Evidence of Post-traumatic Stress Disorder, Humanities & Social Sciences papers, Bond University (p. 5)
  5. ^ Afsari M, Beasley SW, Maoate K, Heckert K (March 2002). "Attitudes of Pacific parents to circumcision of boys". Pacific Health Dialog. 9 (1): 29–33. PMID 12737414. 
  6. ^ Circumcision and Māori by Valentino Križanić
  7. ^ Young, H & McGrath, K (2001). "A review of circumcision in New Zealand". In Hodges, Frederick Mansfield; Denniston, George C. & Milos, Marilyn Fayre. Understanding circumcision: a multi-disciplinary approach to a multi-dimensional problem. New York: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers. p. 130. ISBN 0-306-46701-1. 
  8. ^ "A Ritual Operation". Br Med J. 2 (4642): 1458–1459. 1949-12-24. PMC 2051965Freely accessible. PMID 20787713. doi:10.1136/bmj.2.4642.1458. 
  9. ^ Welsh, Fauset (1936-10-10). "INDICATIONS FOR INFANT CIRCUMCISION". Br Med J. 2 (3953): 714. PMC 2457672Freely accessible. PMID 20780160. doi:10.1136/bmj.2.3953.714. 
  10. ^ Yachia, Daniel (2007). Text Atlas of Penile Surgery. Informa Healthcare. p. 16. ISBN 1-84184-517-5. 
  11. ^ Thiruchelvam N, Nayak P, Mostafid H (April 2004). "Emergency dorsal slit for balanitis with retention". Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine. 97 (4): 205–6. PMC 1079370Freely accessible. PMID 15056750. doi:10.1258/jrsm.97.4.205. 
  12. ^ Kessler CS, Bauml J (November 2009). "Non-Traumatic Urologic Emergencies in Men: A Clinical Review". The Western Journal of Emergency Medicine. 10 (4): 281–7. PMC 2791735Freely accessible. PMID 20046251. 
  13. ^ Warner E, Strashin E (November 1981). "Benefits and risks of circumcision". Canadian Medical Association Journal. 125 (9): 967–76, 992. PMC 1862490Freely accessible. PMID 7037142. 
  14. ^ McGregor TB, Pike JG, Leonard MP (March 2007). "Pathologic and physiologic phimosis: Approach to the phimotic foreskin". Canadian Family Physician. 53 (3): 445–8. PMC 1949079Freely accessible. PMID 17872680. 

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