Penis Dislocation

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What is Penis Dislocation[edit]

Rare. Penis by serious external force from the original position, and moved to the abdominal wall, scrotum roots or subcutaneous inguinal region. Often associated with urethral injury

Symptoms of Penis Dislocation[edit]

Clinical manifestations:

Scrotum roots or groin area subcutaneous local hematoma formation. Often associated with urethral injury and performance dysuria or urinary extravasation.

What Causes Penis Dislocation[edit]

Penis by serious external force from the original position, and moved to the abdominal wall, scrotum roots or subcutaneous inguinal region.

Tests and Diagnosis for Penis Dislocation[edit]

Treatments of Penis Dislocation[edit]

Treatment:

Early debridement, hemostasis, eliminate hematoma, reset the penis, and is fixed in the normal position. Urethral injury urethral injury treatment.