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Rare Preputial Anomalies

  • Mohamed A. Baky Fahmy
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Abstract

There are more than 30 articles indexed till March 2019 in PubMed and Google scholar for rare preputial anomalies and diseases. As the prepuce was sacrificed globally along man history, and its fate is still a removal in many countries; so there is no proper chances to record in details and to report all its anomalies, specially the rare ones. Prepuce may had many rare developmental congenital anomalies, some of them are described separately in chapters; like aposthia, and prepuce may be also affected along other acquired diseases either infectious, traumatic or systemic. Rare diseases in general may not be concerned by some physicians, but they are disquieting to families and patients, and lead to a great apprehension. We will highlight some of these rare anomalies, which were not reported before, and other cases which just reported as a case reports or case series. These condition may be congenital either as an isolated anomaly or associated with other syndromes and seen immediately after delivery, others are acquired and detected late at adulthood.
  • Rare non reported anomalies of the prepuce

  • Preputial cutaneous horn

  • Pilonidal sinus and cyst

  • Penile Phlebectasia

  • Preputial Crohn’s disease

  • Preputial Histoplasma

  • Preputial Porokeratosis

  • Localized amyloidosis

  • Pyoderma gangrenosum

Keywords

Notched prepuce Preputial angulation Median raphe adhesion Angiokeratoma Crohn’s disease Porokeratosis preputial perforation Pyoderma gangrenosum Preputial Crohn’s disease Histoplasmic Phimosis 

Abbreviations

PCD

Penile extra-gastrointestinal Crohn’s disease

PG

Pyoderma gangrenosum

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Mohamed A. Baky Fahmy
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  1. 1.Pediatric SurgeryAl Azher UniversityCairoEgypt

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