Warty Condylomatous Squamous Cell Carcinoma of the Penis in a 19-Year-Old
Springer Science and Business Media LLC -- Urology Case Reports
DOI 10.1016/j.eucr.2014.03.002
  1. Condylomatous squamous cell carcinoma
  2. Mohs micrographic surgery
  3. Penectomy
  4. Urethroplasty

Warty carcinoma of the penis is an unusual neoplasm and a variant of penile squamous cell carcinoma. As with other types of penile cancer, risk factors include human papillomavirus infection, poor personal hygiene, and being uncircumcised. The typical case is an exophytic mass arising from the glans penis, frequently large (4-5 cm), and with invasion into corpus spongiosum. The diagnosis is typically made by tumor biopsy. Treatment depends on the stage of disease and includes partial vs total penectomy, with or without prophylactic or therapeutic bilateral lymphadenectomy. We present an unusual case of penile cancer in a 19-year-old patient.