Donkey bite injury of genitalia in male child: A case report

Ahmed Ibrahim Balah, Ahmad Beltagy, Mohammed Youssef, Waleed Dawood

Abstract


We reported a case of donkey bite to the external genitalia of a 10 years old child. We had performed delayed reconstruction of the penis following adequate saline washing and wound debridement; under antibiotic coverage. Previous studies have shown that delayed repair together with strict wound management resulted in satisfactory outcomes in most victims of such animal bites.


Keywords


Donkey bite, debridement, injury, penis, reconstruction

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14534/j-pucr.2019452975

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