Glans injuries clinical management, PEPFAR-supported VMMC programs, 2015–2018. *Two outliers excluded: one was an amputation not diagnosed for 2 weeks and one was a strangulation injury not diagnosed for 4 weeks. †Ten cases were known to have been referred but referral time was missing. ‡Eight cases were known to have been repaired but repair time was missing. §Healing well implies reattached tissue was viable for repaired amputations or healing without documented impairment for repaired lacerations. Since long-term follow-up not available in reports, permanent sequelae such as tissue atrophy, scarring, urethral strictures, urethral fistulae, and altered sensation are unknown.