Penile and Urethral Cancer

Penile and Urethral Cancers are rare. Because of their rarity, delay in diagnosis secondary to both patient and physician factors are a constant threat. Any lesion of the penis that cannot be definitively diagnosed must be considered cancer until otherwise proven. Glans penis masses are extremely rare in childhood. Fibroepithelial polyps of glans penis are very rarely seen in childhood. The search for the optimal management of penile and urethral cancer continues. Controversy revolves around organ-sparing vs non–organ-sparing techniques and minimally invasive vs standard techniques. Fortunately, these diseases are infrequent, but this very infrequency is impeding more rapid evolution of a consensus opinion.

  • Track 1-1 Varicocele
  • Track 2-2 Genital cancers
  • Track 3-3 Risk factors of Penile Cancers
  • Track 4-4 Peyronie Disease
  • Track 5-5 Treatments for Penile Cancer
  • Track 6-6 Dynamic diuresis renography

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