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In healthy animals, smegma helps clean and lubricate the genitals. In veterinary medicine, analysis of this smegma is sometimes used for detection of urogenital tract pathogens, such as Tritrichomonas foetus . [13] Accumulation of smegma in the equine preputial folds and the urethral fossa and urethral diverticulum can form large "beans" and promote the carriage of Taylorella equigenitalis , the causative agent of contagious equine metritis . [14] Some equine veterinarians have recommended periodic cleaning of male genitals to improve the health of the animal. [15]

Penile adhesions in infants steroid cream

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