Penile preserving surgery and surgical strategies to maximize penile form and function in penile cancer: recommendations from the United Kingdom experience

@article{Hegarty2008PenilePS,
  title={Penile preserving surgery and surgical strategies to maximize penile form and function in penile cancer: recommendations from the United Kingdom experience},
  author={Paul K. Hegarty and Majid Shabbir and Ben Hughes and Suks S Minhas and Matthew Perry and Nicholas A Watkin and David John Ralph},
  journal={World Journal of Urology},
  year={2008},
  volume={27},
  pages={179-187}
}
The diagnosis of penile cancer can be devastating for a man and his partner. The fear of cancer is heightened by the prospect of penile amputation. While conventional radical surgery continues to be an effective approach to management, the emasculating nature of this treatment has serious psychological and sexual morbidity. Recent studies have challenged the traditional belief that a 2 cm margin was required for adequate oncological control. We review the current options and status of such… CONTINUE READING

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