The incidence of penile cancer increases with age, with a peak in the sixth decade, and it is common in regions with a high prevalence of human papillomavirus (HPV). Review the epidemiology, aetiology, classification, staging and diagnosis of Penile Carcinoma in this Cheat Sheet.
The aim of the treatment of the primary tumour is complete tumour removal with as much organ preservation as possible, without compromising oncological control.
Histological diagnosis and local staging must be obtained before non-surgical treatments can be considered. This new Cheat Sheet on disease management will give you insight into this approach.