Total penectomy and bilateral lymphadenectomy: step-by-step (SIU 2011)

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Authors:

Antonio Carlos L. Pompeo, Luis F. Brandao, Andre Luiz F. Tomé, Tarcísio A. Neto, Lawrence Utida, Walter F. Correa, Barbara F. da Silva, Felipe Bestane, Ricardo A. Aun

Institution:

Hospital Ana Costa, Santos, Sao Paulo, Brasil
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Abstract

64 years old man, with a well differentiated squamous cells penile carcinoma. There was an ulcerated and purulent discharging lesion affecting glans and penile shaft with palpable lymph nodes bilaterally. The patient underwent a total penectomy and 3 months later, after antibiotic treatment, the bilateral inguinal lymphadenectomy was performed.

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