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Figure 1: ( a ) Decomposition structure of the disposable circumcision suture device. ( b ) Ring-shapes blade and staple container. ( c ) Routine disinfection and draping of the skin. ( d ) The U-shaped glans was wrapped by the foreskin. ( e ) The foreskin wrapped around the rod. ( f ) The rod was pushed down to trigger the circumcision device. ( g ) The excess foreskin was incised using the circumcision device. ( h ) The penis after circumcision.

Figure 1: ( <b>a</b> ) Decomposition structure of the disposable circumcision suture device. ( <b>b</b> ) Ring-shapes blade and staple container. ( <b>c</b> ) Routine disinfection and draping of the skin. ( <b>d</b> ) The U-shaped glans was wrapped by the foreskin. ( <b>e</b> ) The foreskin wrapped around the rod. ( <b>f</b> ) The rod was pushed down to trigger the circumcision device. ( <b>g</b> ) The excess foreskin was incised using the circumcision device. ( <b>h</b> ) The penis after circumcision.