LSA or Lichen Sclerosus et Atrophicus or
BXO or Balanitis Xerotica Obliterans
To diagnose BXO or LSA: "The glans demonstrated sclerogenous ivory
colored patches located perimeatally, which is the classic manifestation
that determines diagnosis." (Meuli)
LSA can often be caused by the abrasive effect of a primary phimotic
ring against the coronal ridge of the glans and/or often result in
the development of a secondary phimotic ring.
The lichenoid form of ring is difficult or impossible to stretch.
Please read the basic 3 sentances of information in the abstract from Treatment of Phimosis before
collection of letters - inc. success with homeopathy
studies possible cure with Clobetasol Propionate
And other sites
Lichen Schlerosus Support Group
K.W. Chow has a very informative medical description.