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Penile Cancer Metastases to the Groin

Yong He, Alexey Markelov, Mustafa Amani.


Penile cancer is a relatively uncommon cancer in the United States, spreading locally and through lymphatic channels. Metastatic disease is rare but has been reported in the liver, lungs, bone, brain, heart, and skin. Here we report a case of penile squamous cell carcinoma that had metastasized to the groin and presented as a chronic non-healing wound.

Key words: Penile cancer metastases, groin metastases, penile carcinoma, ulcerated groin wound

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