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A Keratotic Penile Lesion

  • Mohammad Ali El-Darouti
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Abstract

A 53-year-old uncircumcised male presented with a painless exophytic tumor on the glans penis, for duration of 6 months (Figs. 72.1 and 72.2). He had recurrent dysuria but no erectile dysfunction. There were no systemic symptoms and no lymphadenopathy.

Keywords

Penile Cancer Verrucous Carcinoma Glans Penis Mohs Micrographic Surgery Giant Condyloma 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Mohammad Ali El-Darouti
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  1. 1.Cairo UniversityCairoEgypt

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