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RIC - Routine Infant Circumcision

A sick and twisted form of child abuse. Commonly called Routine Infant Circumcision, but increasingly known as male genital mutilation.

Link to video of infant circumcision (viewer discretion advised)

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Shaft Skin

The part of the penile sheath that covers the shaft from the pubic area up to the intact foreskin or circumcision scar. During non-surgical restoration, stretching this sheath along with any remaining inner foreskin stimulates mitoses, which creates new skin cells and ultimately a faux foreskin.

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Sheldon Clamp

The Sheldon clamp is a tool used for male circumcision.

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Skin Bridge

Also called adhesions, skin bridges are a common complication of circumcision where the remnants of the inner foreskin span the sulcus and fuse to the mucous membrane of the glans, usually at the corona. Depending on the size and location of a skin bridge, it may cause difficulty while restoring.

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A non-reusable circumcision device made of plastic, similar to the Tara KLamp. Works by cutting off circulation to the foreskin, using a plastic ring clamped in place over a tube. Available in sizes up to adult.

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Stitch Tunnel

Also called a suture tunnel, stitch tunnels are a common complication of circumcision in which "tunnels" of skin remain from the sutures. These pockets remain susceptible to infection throughout the individuals life.


A ventral slit in the penis through to the urethra, from the meatus some way along the shaft, customary among some Australian aboriginal peoples.


The membrane attaching the inner (mucosal) surface of the neonatal foreskin to the glans penis.

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