SLEEVE RESECTION CIRCUMCISION METHOD Sleeve Resection method is a common method of circumcision and only takes around half an hour to perform. It is appropriate for infants, young boys and adults though it is more suitable for young boys and adults. This involves incisions made with a scalpel in both the outer and mucosal surfaces of the foreskin. and men: forceps-guided, dorsal slit and sleeve resection. These surgical techniques were also described in the edition of this Manual for male circumcision under local anaesthesia and HIV prevention services for adolescent boys and.
Jan 27, · Sleeve resection is more complicated, but often preferred when there is a risk for excessive bleeding. In this procedure, two parallel cuts are made along the shaft of the penis, resulting in a thin band or sleeve of detached foreskin. When this is removed, the top and bottom portions of the foreskin are attached with dissolving sutures. Sleeve resection Two circular cuts and one lengthwise one are made in the shaft and a cylinder of skin is removed, then the cut ends pulled together and stitched. .
Aug 30, · The Sleeve Resection Technique When it comes to achieving this kind of adult circumcision, the surgeon uses a scalpel to make circular and two parallel incisions further down the penis slide. The surgeon then removes the foreskin in the form of ring tissues. Adult Circumcision Procedure For adult male circumcision we use the ‘Freehand Sleeve Resection Method’. This method starts with injection of local anaesthetic. Freehand excision of the skin is performed, after which some stitching is necessary.