Most infant circumcisions are performed in the first month or two of life with one of the common clamp techniques. In older infants, a freehand technique done in the operating room under general anesthesia is preferred. The common sleeve technique is described here. This technique requires adequate hands-on training in addition to its description here.
KeywordsFreehand Technique Epidermal Inclusion Cyst Skin Bridge Tissue Approximation Suture Sinus
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