"Circumcision of Infants and Children: Short-Term Trauma and Long-Term Psychosexual Harm"
written by Gregory J. Boyle,
published by Advances in Sexual Medicine, Vol.5 No.2, 2015
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[1] A comparison of pain scores in neonatal circumcision with or without local anesthesia in Jos, Nigeria
[2] Cuts into Children's Future: a Comparative Analysis between FGM, Male Circumcision and Intersex Genital Surgeries
[3] Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) among Filipino boys subjected to non-therapeutic ritual or medical surgical procedures: a retrospective cohort study
[4] Erkek sünnetinde kaygı, endişe ve korkuyu azaltmak için anestezi seçimi
Yeni üroloji Dergisi, 2018
[5] Neonatal circumcision and prematurity are associated with sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS)
[6] Proving a negative? Methodological, statistical, and psychometric flaws in Ullmann et al.(2017) PTSD study
[7] Sünnetin cinsel fonksiyonlar üzerine etkisit
Pamukkale Medical Journal, 2018
[8] Reply to letter to the Editor: Tracing the origins of circumcision
[9] Adversarial childhood events are associated with Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS): an ecological study
[10] Sünnetin cinsel fonksiyonlar üzerine etkisi.
Pamukkale T?p Dergisi, 2018
[11] Reply to letter to the Editor: Tracing the origins of circumcision.
[12] Factors influencing circumcision of young males in Harare, Zimbabwe
[13] Comparison of the Late Complications of Circumcision in Different Age Groups
[14] Attitude Toward One's Circumcision Status Is More Important than Actual Circumcision Status for Men's Body Image and Sexual Functioning
Archives of Sexual Behavior, 2017
[15] a “Wear and tear” Hypothesis to explain sudden infant death syndrome
Frontiers in neurology, 2016
[16] Selection of anesthesia to reduce anxiety, worry and fear in male circumcision