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The use of betamethasone to manage the trapped penis following neonatal circumcision. betamethasone penis


J Urol. 2005 Oct;174(4 Pt 2):1577-8. The use of betamethasone to manage the trapped penis following neonatal circumcision. Palmer JS(1), Elder JS, Palmer LS.

Red flags include urinary retention, swollen red penis with a fever and blue/black ring (tightest part of foreskin): 0.05% betamethasone tds for 6-12 weeks (NB.

uncircumcised penis, as well as management of common associated . ( Instructions for parents on treating phimosis with betamethasone.

Patients were submitted to application of 0.05% betamethasone ointment on the distal aspect of Key words: penis; phimosis; anatomy; steroids; circumcision.