Cavernous hemangioma of the glans penis: Concomitant surgical excision with circumcision in an uncircumcised patient


Mustafa Yasar Ozdamar, Kursad Zengin, Serhat Tanik, Sebahattin Albayrak, Işın Soyuer

Hemangiomas are usually superficial, localized, and commonly involve the head or neck, although up to 30% may be seen in the liver. Hemangioma involving the glans penis is extremely rare. A patient with red swelling on the glans penis was admitted for circumcision to our clinic. We performed concomitant surgical excision together with circumcision, and presented the advantages of surgical treatment in such a case.


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