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During a circumcision, the outer layer of the foreskin around the penis is cut (A). The foreskin is pulled away (B), and the remaining membrane is cut away (C). Sutures are used to stitch the area (D). (Illustration by GGS Inc.)
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Sebaceous glands of the foreskin
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