Maria Fernanda W Facio, Luis Cesar F Spessoto, Marcio Gatti, Pedro F Ferraz Arruda, Jose G Ferraz Arruda, Thiago S Antoniassi, Ana Paula Bogdan, Maria de Fatima G Godoy, José Maria P Godoy, Fernando Nestor Facio
Genital lymphedema in men can affect the penis and/or scrotum, causing deformity and causing sexual limitations, social isolation, poor quality of life and recurrent subcutaneous infections due to difficulties in hygiene. There are few studies in the literature emphasizing the treatment of penile fibrosis after penoscrotal lymphedema. The purpose of this report is to describe a case of penile fibrosis treated using a new compression method.
February 2017: Urology Case Reports