This case involves a child who was circumcised shortly after birth. The surgeon chose to use a Mogen clamp and, according to the medical record, the procedure was conducted without incident. Two years later, the mother of the child noticed something irregular with the infant’s penis and took him for an evaluation. It was determined that the child sustained significant damage to the glans during the circumcision procedure that went unnoticed due to visual obstruction from scar tissue. The child was required to undergo reconstructive surgery and, during the procedure, the surgeon confirmed that part of the child’s glans had been cut during the original procedure.