Circumcision for phimosis and other medical indications in Western Australian boys

@article{Bailis2003CircumcisionFP,
  title={Circumcision for phimosis and other medical indications in Western Australian boys},
  author={S. Bailis},
  journal={Medical Journal of Australia},
  year={2003},
  volume={178}
}
  • S. Bailis
  • Published 2003
  • Medicine
  • Medical Journal of Australia
TO THE EDITOR: Spilsbury et al argue that “improve education or physicians, and perhaps parents, with regard to foreskin development and management is required.”1 However, updating of textbooks and medical curricula is required to accomplish this objective. Articles by Caldamone et al2 and Cendron et al are two examples of incorrect data in text books. Gairdner was the first to provide data on the normal development of the foreskin in young boys.4 Gairdner incorrectly believed that 92% of boys… Expand
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