HIDDEN PENILE SQUAMOUS CELL CARCINOMA : A CASE REPORT

Sriram Christopher

Abstract


Introduction
Penile cancers are rare group of malignancy usually presents as a
super􀃶cial lesion which accounts for 0.5% of all cancers among men
in developed countries . Although rare , they are associated with
signi􀃶cant deformities and only half of the patients survive beyond
5 years . primary lesion and lymphnodes must be properly
evaluated since nodal involvement is important for survival .


Keywords


penile cancer ; squamous cell carcinoma ; inguinal metastasis ; hidden

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