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Figure 1: Analysis of the foreskin in pediatric patients undergoing surgery for circumcision. (a) Comparison of the number of elastic fibers between groups with and without previous complications (balanoposthitis). (b) Comparison of the epidermal thickness in three areas of the foreskin. Significant differences: Middle foreskin versus other groups. (c) Comparison of the amount of Annexin between groups with and without previous complications (balanoposthitis). (d) Density of mature Langerhans cells and immature Langerhans cells in samples of foreskin. The error bars represent the standard deviation

Figure 1: Analysis of the foreskin in pediatric patients undergoing surgery for circumcision. (a) Comparison of the number of elastic fibers between groups with and without previous complications (balanoposthitis). (b) Comparison of the epidermal thickness in three areas of the foreskin. Significant differences: Middle foreskin versus other groups. (c) Comparison of the amount of Annexin between groups with and without previous complications (balanoposthitis). (d) Density of mature Langerhans cells and immature Langerhans cells in samples of foreskin. The error bars represent the standard deviation