Tumor of the penis

Tumor of the penis. Tumors of the penis, like tumors of other organs, are divided into two groups: benign and malignant.

Benign tumors of the penis include:

  • Viral and non-viral papilloma
  • Fibroma
  • Lipoma
  • Hemangioma

Malignant tumors of the penis include:

  • Crayfish
  • endothelioma
  • Melanoma
  • Sarcoma and others.


In the early stages of development, clinical manifestations are not expressed, especially in cases of phimosis, when the process develops under the narrow flesh.

The tumor may look like focal redness or a bump, induration, papillary outgrowth, or ulcer.


Diagnosis is not difficult at a late stage. And in the early stage, due to the polymorphic manifestations of the disease, also due to the narrowing of the foreskin, tumor recognition can be difficult. The result of a biopsy is of primary importance in establishing the correct diagnosis.

The prevalence of a malignant tumor process is established on the basis of palpation, ultrasound and X-ray radiological methods, lymphangio-adenography, X-ray computed tomography.


Treatment of a malignant tumor is almost always combined, combining surgery, radiation therapy and polychemotherapy.

The operation includes the removal of the primary focus within healthy tissues, combined with the removal of regional inguinal and iliac lymph nodes.

Complex treatment with the use of bleomycin, methotrexate, polychemotherapy can reduce the number of organ-removing operations and improve the result of treatment.

Articles from the forum on the topic ” Tumor of the penis “

I got a tumor on my penis, after I washed, it doesn’t hurt. What is it?

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Answer #2

this is a callus .. you need to masturbate less ..)))

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Answer #4

Do not look for help here, urgently to the veneer for tests!

Answer #5

hadn’t washed before and had to start

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