Penile Metastasis from Anal Canal Carcinoma: A Case Report
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Penile Metastasis from Anal Canal Carcinoma: A Case Report

J Urol Surg 0;0(0):0-0
1. Hospital Professor Doctor Fernando Fonseca EPE Amadora, Department of Urology, Lisboa, Portugal
2. Hospital Professor Doctor Fernando Fonseca EPE Amadora, Department of Pathology, Lisboa, Portugal
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Received Date: 18.05.2023
Accepted Date: 08.01.2024
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ABSTRACT

Penile metastases are exceptionally rare and are associated with poor prognosis. Herein, we report the case of a 74-year-old man with previously treated squamous cell carcinoma of the anal canal who was referred with a painless penile lump. Biopsy identified a similar squamous cell carcinoma. Imaging studies excluded other sites of metastases. It was considered a solitary metastasis, and a total penectomy was performed. The patient was free of metastasis for four years until the disease progressed, and she is currently under palliative chemotherapy with 5 years of follow-up. This is the second worldwide case of anal canal carcinoma with penile metastasis

Keywords: Penile metastases, anal canal carcinoma, total penectomy

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