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- 1.1. A method of circumcision is described in which advantage is taken of a relaxation incision in the cut edges of the skin in order to produce increased laxity at the suture line.
- 2.2. The use of cotton ligatures and cotton sutures for circumcision is advocated.
- 3.3. The advantages of the described technique are twofold, namely (1) post-operative swelling, pain, and discomfort are diminished, and (2) healing occurs more rapidly.
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Received: March 5, 1945
© 1945 Published by Elsevier Inc.