Natural Treatment Is The Best Possible Way To Cure Phimosis
Presents with soreness, burning sensation, mild erythema and hypopigmentation as disease progresses, single or multiple discrete erythematous papules or macules coalescing into atrophic ivory, white, or purple-white patches or plaques, which may erode possible development of vesiculation possible phimosis occurring in uncircumcised men occasional signs of lichen sclerosus at other skin sites
One of the most disturbing and most common artifacts is soiling produced by radioactive contamination. Contamination is commonly seen at the injection site. Proper marking of the site is the best means to avoid confusion (Fig. 5.28). Soiling due to radioactive urine is the next most common artifact. Rechecking the gamma count after removal of the clothes and skin cleansing may confirm or dismiss contamination. At times, specially angled views prove useful for localizing soiled skin or clothes. On the other hand, since radioactivity cannot be removed by simple washing in certain body areas such as in phimosis, contamination must be interpreted with great caution (Fig. 5.29). It is also worth remembering that an artifact may be created by contaminated sweat in hyper-hidrosis (Ajmani et al. 1977).
Phimosis Phimosis is shrinking or tightening of the foreskin. This is normal in a newborn or an infant, but the foreskin usually loosens up by puberty. In older men, the condition may result from prolonged irritation, and it may interfere with urination or sexual activity. Phimosis may be associated with penile cancer. The usual treatment is circumcision (surgical removal of the foreskin). Paraphimosis is constriction of the head of the penis by an extremely tight, retracted (pulled back) foreskin. This often occurs as a result of phimosis (see above). Swelling and pain occur if the foreskin cannot be returned to its normal position over the head of the penis. The constriction also can cause loss of blood flow to the head of the penis, which is a medical emergency that is usually treated by circumcision.