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J Urol. 1982 May;127(5):987-8.

Surgical management of persistent, symptomatic nonvenereal sclerosing lymphangitis of the penis.


Nonvenereal sclerosing lymphangitis of the penis is a rare condition involving the distal lymphatics of the penis. Its association with trauma has been shown. Although there is a minimal inflammatory response the etiology is unknown. Clinically, the patient notices a nontender, serpiginous nodular mass just proximal to the coronal sulcus. Most cases are self-limited and conservative management is indicated. Surgical excision is warranted for persistently symptomatic lesions.

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