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Although it's a painful option to consider (especially for the males in the profession), for some horse health problems the best treatment is partial phallectomy, or amputation of part of the penis. Such conditions might include penile injury, chronic paraphimosis (inability to retract the penis into the sheath), neoplasia (tumors), and stenosis (narrowing) of the urethra

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