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Title: 

PENILE CANCER & PARTIAL PENECTOMY, A CASE REPORT

Type: PAPER
Author(s): VAHIDI S.,RAHMANY M.R.*
 
 *
 
Name of Seminar: CONGREH ANJOMAN UROLOGY IRAN
Type of Seminar:  CONGRESS
Sponsor:  ANJOMAN OROLOGY
Date:  2005Volume 8
 
 
Abstract: 

THE PATIENT IS A 46 YEARS OLD MAN FROM AFGHANISTAN, WHO WAS REFERRED TO OUR CLINIC BECAUSE OF A LESION ON GLANS PENIS WITH A GRADUAL GROWTH SINCE 6 YEARS AGO. HE WAS CIRCUMCISED IN HIS CHILDHOOD AND WAS NOT SMOKER. ON PHYSICAL EXAM THERE WAS POLIPOID MASS WITH A LIGHT BROWN COLOR WHICH IS ORIGINATED FROM MEATUS AND EXPANDING 1 CM BELOW THE CRONAL. IT'S SIZE WAS 2´2 CM WITH ELASTIC PROPERTY. THE LESION WAS TENDER TO TOUCH WITH A SUPERFICIAL DESTRUCTION. OTHER PARTS OF GENITALIA WERE NORMAL IN PHYSICAL EXAM. INGUINAL SONOGRAPHY, CHEST X RAY, ABDOMINAL AND PELVIC CT SCAN, CYSTOSCOPY FINDINGS AND LABORATORY EXAMS WERE ALL NORMAL. BIOPSY OF THE LESION SHOWED: S.C.C. OF THE GLANS WITH INVASION TO DERMIS. PARTIAL PENECTOMY WAS DONE WIH A 2CM SAFE MARGINE. PATHOLOGY REPORT: WELL DIFFERENTIATED SQUAMOUS CELL CARCINOMA WITH UNDERLINE STROMA ENVOLVEMENT (STAGE T1) FOLLOW UP AFTER ONE AND SIX MONTHS SHOWED THAT THE PATIENT HAD ANORMAL VOIDING IN STANDING POSITION, THERE WAS NO SIGNE OF RECURRENCY AND HE HAD NORMAL INTERCOURSE TOO.

 
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