Salifou Issiaka Traore1*, Ousmane Dembélé1, Bathio TRAORE2, Soumaila Alama Traore3, Sadou Touré6, Aly Boubacar Diallo2, Layes Toure5, Moussa Kanté4, Moussa DIASSANA2, Ternan Traore5, Abdoulaye Sanogo7, Ange M Dembélé7, Kateneme Seydou Ouattara1 and Mamadou Bamba1

Penile squamous cells Carcinoma: Cases report
Penile cancer Pca is one of the rarest malignant tumors of men. Compared to developed countries, Pca incidence is relatively high in our Africans and others third world countries. This could be explaining by our low education level, difficult health care facilities access and the lack of policies to promote sexual and reproductive health. Here we present two cases who has been admitted in our service with the complains of penile ulceronecrotic wound and associated to dysuria. After biopsy tissue histopathology, the diagnosis of SCC has been made. Two third partial penectomy and total radical penectomy were done, bilateral lymphadenectomy was also performed. The results of different exams, such as post operatory histopathology, Abdomino-pelvic ultrasound and Thoraco-abdomino-pelvic CT scan permitted to confirm the diagnosis of SCC of the Penis, Staging PT3N1Mo PT3N2M0. Postoperative short term follow up was uneventful for both .Penile SCC remains rare in our practice. Early detection followed by rapid management is the only way to avoid aggressive treatment and improve the prognostic.

Keywords : Squamous cell carcinoma, Ulceronecrotic wound, lymphadenectomy, Penectomy.

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