In regards to primary treatment, 29% underwent excisional biopsy, 38% had partial penectomy
, and 33% had total penectomy
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In the past, total penectomy
was widely practiced, but it was associated with significant psychological consequences to body image and masculinity.
mostly partial penectomy
, but also some glansectomy and laser therapy) emphasises the centrality of the penis to sexual and social functioning and indeed to quality of life.
Penis: Incisional Biopsy, Excisional Biopsy, Partial Penectomy
, Total Penectomy
This is clearly an off-label use and you wouldn't want to do it without consulting a urologist but, with close management, this might be an alternative for an SCC that would otherwise result in a penectomy
," he said.
You've had a partial penectomy
and your consultant wouldn't have considered such an operation unless it was necessary.
Results of treatment of the primary tumor were examined, including long-term outcomes after local excision and partial penectomy
, emphasizing local recurrence rates as well as functionality.
Historically, total and partial penectomy
have been widely employed, with a 2-cm healthy tissue margin to assure good oncologic outcome.
Although an orchiectomy strictly denotes the removal of the testicles (while a penectomy
is the amputation of the penis), Freud "silently redefined" the term castration to mean loss of more than just the testicles (see discussion in Taylor, 2002, p.
To prevent infection that might result from his weeklong erection, an iguana in a Belgian herpetarium was scheduled to undergo a penectomy
, Reuters reports.
The patient underwent perineal urethrostomy and total penectomy