Genital Self-Mutilation Patient without Diagnosed Psychiatric Disorder: A Multidisciplinary Approach

@inproceedings{Spessoto2015GenitalSP,
  title={Genital Self-Mutilation Patient without Diagnosed Psychiatric Disorder: A Multidisciplinary Approach},
  author={Luis Cesar Spessoto and Thiago Litaiff Padilha and Fernando Nestor F{\'a}cio J{\'u}nior and F{\'a}bio Augusto Vasilceac and Pedro Francisco Ferraz de Arruda and M{\'a}rcio Ant{\^o}nio Gatti and Jos{\'e} G. Arruda and Daniel Pessutti and Thiago da Silveira Antoniassi},
  year={2015}
}
Testicular self-mutilation is an unusual type of urologic trauma in the emergency room. Frequently related with psychiatric disorders and drug abuse, it demands careful management during the initial assessment and follow-up. We present a unique case of self-mutilation in a patient with no reported psychiatric disorders. 

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