uncircumcised


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uncircumcised

Urology Referring to a ♂ or penis which has not been circumcised. See Circumcision.
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The child was uncircumcised, with both testicles descended.
All our patients with candidal balanoposthitis were uncircumcised. Circumcision in India is considered a religious or cultural identity and it is not routinely done.
In models that included all covariates, sexual debut occurred earlier among circumcised youth than among uncircumcised youth in Rwanda (by 4%), Uganda (3%) and Namibia (3%), while it occurred later in Ethiopia (4%) and Mali (6%).
UTIs are observed at a rate of 1-2% in the first 10 years of the lives of male children.11,12 Many studies in the past have claimed that UTI is more commonly seen in uncircumcised male children.
The average age difference between circumcised women in 4/6 and uncircumcised women 3/2 Minimum and maximum age difference between the two groups according to the following table were 4 and 10 years.
Morris and co-investigator Tom Wiswell, MD, Center for Neonatal Care, Orlando, showed last year that over the lifetime UTIs affect 1 in 3 uncircumcised males.
There have been few studies (to our knowledge, only two) conducted to compare pain in neonates during SPA and TUC, and, to the best of our knowledge, the present study is the first on this subject for uncircumcised boys.
Studies from Nigeria showed that circumcised women have 4 times odds of having GUD in comparison with the uncircumcised women (11).
To measure these changes, the researchers enlisted 156 uncircumcised, married men in Uganda and obtained swabs from under each man's foreskin.
Initial analyses of the STEP data showed a trend towards increased risk of HIV infection in Ad5-seropositive men and uncircumcised men.
Although an estimated 85.0% of males in Kenya are circumcised, nearly half of all uncircumcised men live in Nyanza Province, where circumcision prevalence is only 48.2% (1).
After analyzing high-quality studies, the researchers noted an increase in urinary tract infections and conditions such as phimosis among uncircumcised infants and boys and sexually transmitted infections in uncircumcised adult men.