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Isolated Penile Duplication: Case Report and Literature Review

@inproceedings{Fenjanchi2014IsolatedPD,
  title={Isolated Penile Duplication: Case Report and Literature Review},
  author={Imran Fenjanchi and Hamit Y{\"u}cel Barut and Atilay Buker and Abdullah Yuksel Barut},
  year={2014}
}
Penile duplication (also known as Diphallia or diphallasparatus) and pseudoduplication are rare malformations with an estimated frequency of one case per five million births. It is commonly associated with duplications or other malformations of the urinary tract, anorectal and vertebral malformations. The embryologic basis of these anomalies is not clearly known. 15-year-old boy presented with the complaint of having two penises. Other external genitalia was normal, two normally positioned… 
Rare case of isolated true complete diphallus – Case report and review of literature
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