DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18203/2349-2902.isj20214399

Primary cavernous hemangioma of the glans penis with balanitis xerotica obliterans: a case report

Priyanku Pratik Sarma, Manharsinh Rajput, Pallavi Deka, Sharwan Kumar Singhania, Phanindra Mohan Deka

Abstract


The uniqueness of this case is in its rarity and divergent presentation. Here, we report a case of 61 years old diabetic male who presented with painless swelling on the glans penis for the past 6 months along with bleeding from the mass and difficulty to pass urine for 1 month. Examination revealed solid, mass arising from the tip of glans with non-retractile, indurated prepuce. No clinically palpable lymphadenopathy was present. Dorsal slit was performed and mass excised. Histopathology examination revealed cavernous hemangioma. Primary cavernous hemangioma of glans penis is very rare but challenging for urologists to diagnose and manage such cases.


Keywords


Primary cavernous hemangioma of the glans penis, Balanitis xerotica obliterans, Case report

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