Cancer of the male genital tract.


Partial penectomy is effective in the treatment of T1 and T2 penile carcinoma with 80% fiveyear survival rates in the absence of inguinal metastases, and the residual stump is serviceable for upright micturition and sexual function. The use of micrographic surgery first introduced by Mohs in 1941 for small distally located lesions of upto one centimetre… (More)


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