As Jim would say, has the urologist a Mercedes, a Porsche or just an Audi?
Wow! That is really
evil! I suspect that as a nurse, you do not
actually know of the dangers of paraphimosis.
Have you in fact ever seen
it? Do you know the name
, or can quote the journal article describing someone who actually
lost part of his penis through this condition? Like everything else, you possibly could
find a report where this actually
occurred, but you would have to search quite intensively to find it; in fact most surgeons have never
heard of such a case from a reputable source.
is that paraphimosis does
occur from time to time as a result of the foreskin being retracted and not promptly returned forward (due to inebriation, anaesthesia or lack of mental capacity), becomes painful and grossly swollen and turns up in hospital emergency departments where it is managed by various techniques.
"reduced", the usual consequence is that it remains painful for a period (days?) and the swelling gradually settles as the tight band stretches so that eventually it either reduces by itself or the foreskin stays permanently in the retracted state. Much the same as the consequence of the grossly oedematous legs
with which you would almost certainly be familiar.