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A new operation for phimosis: prepuce-saving technique with multiple Y-V-plasties


, : A new operation for phimosis: prepuce-saving technique with multiple Y-V-plasties. British Journal of Urology 56(3): 319-321

The operation for phimosis aims at achieving normal preputial retractability and the prepuce need not be removed. A method is described in which multiple Y-V-plasties relieve the phimosis without resecting any preputial tissue.

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