What are penile adhesions Penile adhesions in circumcised boys occur when the penile shaft skin adheres to the glans of the penis. There are three types of penile adhesions: glanular adhesions, penile skin bridges and cicatrix.
Dec 06, 2018 · A penile adhesion develops when the skin of the penis shaft adheres or sticks to the skin of the penis head, also known as the glans. This condition can develop in Author: James Roland.
Adhesions form when the skin on the shaft of the penis attaches itself to the glans—the bulb-shaped head of the penis. Sometimes so much skin sticks to the glans it can look as if the penis was never even circumcised. Adhesions can develop if an excess of the foreskin is left behind after circumcision.
What is a penile adhesion? A penile adhesion occurs when the remaining foreskin after a circumcision reattaches to the glans or head of the penis. Penile adhesions vary in severity and can be located anywhere around the glans.