Originally Posted by rosren
- the coronal ridge at the base of the glans would also be affected. "
is that the areas on glans next to the string/underneath?
Originally Posted by Frankly Speaking
I think it's the "string." There are other frenulums on the body. The thin strip of skin under the tongue is a frenulum. There are also frenulums between the gums and the lips at the front of the mouth. The frenulum on the penis is between the foreskin and the glans. It stretches from just short of the urinary opening to the base of the glans and on down onto the foreskin. The frenulum is always cut during the circumcision procedure.