Fibroepithelial polyp of the glans penis in two children, a rare cause of penile mass: A case report

Patil S Prashant, Gupta Abhaya, Rahul Gupta, Kothari L Paras, Kekre Geeta, Vishesh Dikshit

Abstract


Fibroepithelial polyps of glans penis are rare in children. We present two male children with polyp over glans penis. The lesion was excised completely in both cases. Histopathological examination revealed fibroepithelial polyp in both patients. All of the reported cases published previously, except two are described in adults and all of them have been associated with the history of long-term condom catheter use. Only two cases have been reported in English literature in pediatric patients. We add two more cases to this rare entity in children.

Keywords


Glans penis; fibroepithelial polyp; meatoplasty; malignant transformation

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14534/PUCR.2016418811

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