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Partial penile amputation due to penile tourniquet syndrome in a child troubled with primary nocturnal enuresis - A rare emergency

By H.S. Pahwa, A. Kumar, R. Srivastava, S. Kumar, A. Goel, and A. Ahmad.

Urology, Volume 81, Issue 3, March 2013, Pages 653–654

Editor's comments:
Pediatric Case Report. This case report reflects that bedwetting is a serious psychological problem that involves the entire family.  In this instance a 8-year old boy tied a thread around his penis due to his nocturnal enuresis, causing partial circumferential distal penile amputation.

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