A CASE OF SEPTIC PARAPHIMOSIS

Herbert Arthur Smith
1905 The Lancet  
THE following case deserves to be recorded, as strangulation of the glans penis by a reflected and irreducible prepuce drawn tightly over it and following on coitus is uncommon. The patient, an artisan, aged 25 years, came to me on Oct. 23rd, 1905, and stated that he had been married two days before, that he had always been chaste, that he had never had any local disease, but that from a child he had never reflected his foreskin or known the need of washing the
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