Hirsuties coronae glandis

Hirsuties Coronae Glandis


Hirsuties coronae glandis

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Hirsuties coronae glandis (also known as "hirsutoid papillomas,") are small saliences on the ridge of the glans of the male genital organs. It is a harmless anatomical variation. They are found significantly more often on uncircumcised men, and on younger men.Pearly penile papules regress in older patients and with circumcisionK Agha *, S Alderson BA *, S Samraj MRCP , A Cottam BM *, C Merry BM *, V Lee MRCP and R Patel FRCP, This version was published on 1 November 2009Int J STD AIDS 2009;20:768-770doi:10.1258/ijsa.2009.009190© 2009 Royal Society of Medicine Press

The papules appear as one or several rows of small, pearly or flesh-colored, smooth, dome-topped bumps situated circumferentially around the corona (see image) or sulcus of the glans penis. They range in size from less than 1 mm to 3 mm. Some men report that stimulation of these bumps contributes to their sexual pleasure.

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