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Amputation: penis

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Daniel Smeak


Introduction

  • Penile resection involving part or whole of the penile tissue.

Uses

Penile disorders
Congenital

  • Severe, clinical hypospadias Hypospadia.
  • Penile deformities.

Acquired

  • Os penis deformities.
  • Penis exposure, self-trauma.
  • Priapism.
  • Persistent or recurrent urethral prolapse.
  • Os penis or severe soft tissue trauma Penis 03: severe trauma.
  • Neoplasia:

Preputial disorder
Congenital

  • Severe hypospadias Penis 04: severe hypospadias.
  • Other preputial deformities.

Acquired

Requirements

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Preparation

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Procedure

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