Genital mutilation has a definition and everything.So everyone is to always be treated the same? Those with chicken pox should be treated with radiation like those with cancer? Those with heart disease should never be able to get a transplant since the medical procedure involves using something that is not naturally a part of their body when they were born? Different things should always be treated differently. Not even a lung cancer patient is treated the same as a patient with liver cancer.
As far as "mutilation" goes, that is really subjective as to whether something is considered mutilation or not. For instance I consider tattoo's to be mutilation of the body and yet millions of people, including my wife, have tattoos. IE: Just because YOU consider it mutilation doesn't mean that it is.
any type of cutting or removal of all or some of the genital organs, especially excision of the clitoris.
Are you really going to argue that it's not genital mutilation? You can justify it when the body part in question is in need of medical treatment, but when it is healthy there is really no way to argue any cutting or removal of genital organs is justified. Treating something involves facing the source of the issue, not appeasing the issue with what it wants to see by acting on healthy body parts and removing bodily function from the patient.