- penectomy. pe·nec·to·my. \pē-ˈnek-tə-mē\ noun.
- One-Stage Penectomy and Phalloplasty for Epithelioid Sarcoma of
- Case Study of the Month. One-Stage Penectomy and Phalloplasty for Epithelioid. Sarcoma of the Penis in an Adolescent.
- Partial or total penectomy
- Occasional a local- regional lymphadenectomy is required, (ganglion extirpation) . The incision is performed in the penile or penile-scrotal skin (total penectomy).
- Parachute Technique for Partial Penectomy
- In this context, partial penectomy is the most commonly Technique: If partial penectomy is indicated, the present technique can bring additional benefits.
- Penis Amputee Receives No Damages in Kentucky Trial
- Partial penectomy, or a partial removal of the penis; Mohs surgery, a precise surgery used to remove several types of skin cancer; laser and radiation therapies were all options when treating penile cancer, said Dr.
- Cut-off penis case has people talking penile cancer
- Delaying treatment can allow a localized cancer to spread, in some cases necessitating a partial or total "penectomy." What can guys do to hang on to their penises?
- Man goes in for circumcision, wakes up without penis: What happened?
- For this doctor to have started with a circumcision then done a penectomy goes far beyond what should have been performed in that first surgery. Did anyone explain to the patient the details of his surgery?
- Male Reproductive System Disease: Penile Cancer
- This is called a partial penectomy. For more severe tumors, total removal of the penis (total penectomy) is often necessary. A new opening is created in the groin area to allow urine to exit the body.
- Predictive factors for recurrence in clinically localized squamous cell
- The primary lesion was treated by circumcision, partial surgery or total penectomy. Disease relapse was defined by lymph node or metastatic involvement after three months from surgery.
- Penectomy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Penectomy is the practice of surgical removal of the penis for medical or personal reasons.
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- Penectomy - BMEzine Encyclopedia
- May 6, 2006 Penectomy is the complete (or sometimes partial) removal of the penis.
- Although it is very rare the American Cancer Society estimates that there will be about 1530 new cases of penile cancer diagnosed this year.
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