Penile cancer reconstruction

Historically, the standard treatment was partial amputation to prevent local recurrence with a resultant significant psychological morbidity. Here 3 experts will demonstrate the state of the art surgeries to either preserve most of the penis for local disease or a complete reconstruction for more advanced tumours. The techniques of glans resurfacing and glansectomy for different low stage diseases are presented and total phallic construction via phalloplasty following a more extensive amputation.

All 3 operations demonstrate the principles of genital reconstruction with grafts and flaps to therefore generate a healthy discussion, not only on cancer management, but also on wider general reconstructive techniques.

Highly-regarded experts of the EAU Section of Genitourinary Reconstructive Surgeons (ESGURS) and EAU Section of Andrological Urology (ESAU) will share vital research and valuable insights with you in detail.

D.J. Ralph, London (GB)
M. Albersen, Leuven (BE)
M. Falcone, Torino (IT)
W.G. Lee, London (GB)

At a glance

Publication date: February 2021
Available languages: English
Topic: Penile cancer reconstruction
CME: 1 European CME credit (ECMEC)
Duration: Approx. 60 – 90 minutes