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Penis replantation after self-mutilation

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Abstract

In this case report, the procedure of penis replanting and its complications after genital self-mutilation in a male adult are explained.

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Correspondence to Selcuk Guven.

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Ozturk, A., Kilinc, M., Guven, S. et al. Penis replantation after self-mutilation. Int Urol Nephrol 41, 109–111 (2009). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11255-008-9374-3

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Keywords

  • Penile amputation
  • Penile replantation