I don't think those stats are correct. From the posts on here, it sounds a whole lot more common than 1/10,000. My son was born with a retractable foreskin (he has a huge thingy, so no surprise, lol it probably poked it off...hahahaha) and I was FURIOUS when the doctor first checked him out (he was never with him alone, so it had nothing to do with him, he just diagnosed it), and said he was "Partially Circumcised" and "It was almost as short as he would have cut it".
GRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR!!! I was anti-circ already and was FURIOUS just FURIOUS. My husband is cut (I think it's the same doctor who cut HIM (my hubby's only 20, same pediatrician as he had had.), but I'm afraid to ask, I might lose it...) :( and I really wanted my baby to be uncut. But he DOES have a foreskin, and I'm going to teach him forskin resoration when he reaches his teens so he can get it all the way there. There's no cut since it's a "birth defect", so there's no scar and no tearing or anything, so I have high hopes he has all the necessary glands and stuff that are normally cut out during regular circ are still there intact.
Ug, still annoyed.