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Child Health > Child Penile Anatomy

Total Number of Links in this Category: 4

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Normal Development of the Prepuce
Explaining the normal growth and development of the prepuce from birth through age of 18 years.
 
NORM Southern California - Message Board
The "What Is Lost?" list contains itemized anatomical parts, innervation, and functions lost when the foreskin is amputated.
 
Functions of the foreskin
17 functions of the normal male foreskin
 
Male Sexual Anatomy - The Foreskin
Information about the male foreskin and how it works through pictures and diagrams.
 
 

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