uncircumcised


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uncircumcised

Urology Referring to a ♂ or penis which has not been circumcised. See Circumcision.
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All the patients with candidal balanoposthitis were uncircumcised (108-100%) and majority of them are married (100-92.
13 Whatever the reason, it is known that periurethral colonisation of uropathogens is more intense in uncircumcised males.
The data analysis results obtained from the participants mothers' Education 83 cases is equivalent to 41% of all mothers participants consisted of 48 mothers and 35 mothers of circumcised women and uncircumcised women are illiterate 85 persons 42 percent of all subjects Mothers of circumcised women were 44 mothers and 41 mothers of uncircumcised women were in elementary Education.
To measure these changes, the researchers enlisted 156 uncircumcised, married men in Uganda and obtained swabs from under each man's foreskin.
9) In summary, it appears that all uncircumcised vaccinees were at increased risk for HIV infection, and that Ad5-seropositive vaccinees were not at increased risk for HIV unless they were also uncircumcised.
Zoon's balanitis is thought to be a benign condition that typically affects uncircumcised middle-aged to elderly men.
9%) of the uncircumcised males reside in Nyanza Province, with most of the remainder residing in Rift Valley, Nairobi, and Western provinces (Table 1) (6).
During a lifetime, problems relating to having a foreskin lead up to 50 percent of uncircumcised males to seek medical attention.
The foreskin is rich in HIV target cells that are particularly attracted to HIV that is why uncircumcised men are at high risk of HIV compared to circumcised men.
If a child is uncircumcised, he will usually grow out of the buried penis as the "baby fat" of the pubic area is lost overtime.
The main problem with this small-scale survey is that the 236 circumcised men and 64 uncircumcised men were self-selected, which can lead to a well-recognised source of bias (Rothman & Greenland, 2005).
Results were compared with a sample of uncircumcised urban men from the prospective study.