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Pseudoepitheliomatous, keratotic, and micaceous balanitis is an extremely rare condition occurring over the glans in elderly characterized by silvery white plaque with mica-like crust, which can undergo malignant transformation.

Herein we present a case of pseudoepitheliomatous, keratotic, and micaceous balanitis occurring in an adult male presenting as a cutaneous horn.

Balanitis Xerotic obliterans BXO or Penile Lichen Sclerosus is a dermatological condition affecting the genitalia and tratamienti with chronic, progressive, sclerosing inflammatory dermatosis of unclear etiology. It was first described by Stuhmer inas being a rare condition but causes severe tissue destruction and often causes meatal stenosis and urethral stricture.

Our objective is to present the experience of treatment of urethral stricture caused by Balanitis Xerotic Obliterans in our hospitals. All patients were adults with the age range from nis to 84 years. One of the patients had diabetes mellitus. Three patients presented with retention of urine, four had difficulty in passing urine and two patients presented with painful erection.

The majority of the patients had strictures confined to the distal urethra and meatus. Six patients were treated with buccal mucosa onlay graft while one patient was offered for perineal urethrotomy. A total of eighteen 18 patients were attended, two patients were lost to follow up while 5 patients had a mean follow up of 22 months ranging from 8 to 60 months.

Fifteen balajitis are reporting good progress while one patient is being treated with clean intermittent self catheterization and dilatation. BXO is a rare cause of urethral stricture in our institution and buccal mucosa graft offers satisfactory intermediate term results. El seguimiento postoperatorio medio fue 40,8 meses.

No se registraron complicaciones postoperatorias, ni tampoco recidiva de la estenosis uretral. Balanitis Xerotica Obliterans BXO is a chronic, often progressive disease, which can lead to phimosis and urethral stenosis, affecting both urinary and sexual function. Steroid creams are usually the first-line treatment but have a limited role and surgical intervention is frequently necessary.

Conservative surgical procedures circumcision are often preferred in the first instance with the premise that recurrence of disease will require a more definitive reconstruction.

BALANITIS – Definition and synonyms of balanitis in the Spanish dictionary

The aim was to look at their management in the past and subsequent management by us. We also looked at whether early referral of progressive and recurrent BXO patients to reconstructive surgery could have prevented unnecessary delay in resolving symptoms at an earlier stage.


Data was collected retrospectively and information regarding the exact anatomical location affected, the extent of the disease, the referring specialty and any previous surgical interventions was obtained.

Alterations in urinary and sexual function and relief of symptoms following reconstructive surgery were analysed. Twenty-one percent of patients had a history of BXO for over five years.

Early results showed remarkable improvement in urinary and sexual function following reconstructive surgery in this group. Steroid creams have been shown to limit the progression of the disease but do not offer a cure in the majority of cases. Circumcision can be a curative procedure in early disease. Although there is conflicting evidence for treatment of recurring urethral strictures, repeated urethrotomy or urethral dilatation has poor long-term outcome.

In patients with recurrent disease and associated complications we propose early referral to a plastic surgeon with genitourinary interest or reconstructive urologist for definitive treatment. We report the use of Porcine Intestinal Submucosa PIS in association with Johanson technique for urethroplasty, in the treatment of recurring urethral stenosis.

The patient had obliterans xerotica balanitis and had previously undergone 15 internal uretotomies as well as various unsuccessful urethral dilations. As a result of stenotic extension, another surgery was planned using Johanson technique. During the first part of the surgery, intense local fibrosis was observed, which required greater care and protection to avoid fistulae formation.

PIS was interposed to reduce the chances of the occurrence of this dreaded complication. During the second part of the surgery, a skin flap obtained from tissue parallel to the urethral plateau was used to prepare a neourethra according to the norms of this technique.

PIS was fixed at its extremities, and interposed between the neourethral suture and the skin suture to prevent any contact between them. The procedure was completed with the use of meatoplasty and glandulaplasty. After 6-month follow up, clinical and urodynamic improvement could be seen. If these results can be confirmed by more extensive studies, PIS will provide new perspectives for complex urethroplasties.

The buried penis is an unusual anomaly, whose etiology is not fully understood. The fascia Dartos is not developed to its normal elastic configuration that would allow the free sliding of the skin over the deeper layers of the penis. These non-elastic fibers retract the extension of the penis, which has an appropriate length.

Rtatamiento conditions that promote the hidden penis: Among complications associated we found recurrent balanitis.

The Paediatricians must diagnose and guide ablanitis. It is a benign disease and the surgery is justified, with excellent outcome, immediate results and few complications. Records of patients with high-risk sexual behavior and presence of STD on clinical examination were recorded in a predesigned proforma. Of individuals, A year-old balanifis with carcinoma in situ of urinary bladder was treated with weekly intravesical injections of Bacillus Calmette Guerin BCG vaccine.

Three days after the sixth injection, he developed low grade fever and multiple grouped punched out, mm ulcers around meatus and corona glandis.


In addition, multiple, firm, indurated, nontender papules and few deeper nodules were present on the proximal part of glans penis, along with bilateral enlarged, matted and nontender inguinal lymph nodes.

Meaning of “balanitis” in the Spanish dictionary

There was no history suggestive of sexually transmitted diseases and high risk behavior. The biopsy from the penile ulcer revealed epithelioid cell granuloma with Trata,iento giant cells. The tissue biopsy grew Mycobacterium tuberculosis. The BCG immunotherapy was stopped and patient was treated with four drug antitubercular therapy with isoniazid, rifampicin, ethambutol, and pyrazinamide in standard daily doses along with pyridoxine.

The edema resolved and the ulcers started healing within 2 weeks, and at 6 weeks after starting antitubercular therapy almost complete healing occurred. To the best of our knowledge, we describe the first case of an Indian patient with BCG induced primary tuberculosis of penis after immunotherapy for carcinoma urinary bladder and review the previously described cases to increase awareness of this condition in dermatologists and venereologists.

To present the experience with the use of buccal mucosa graft urethroplasty.

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This was a retrospective review of 53 consecutive patients who presentedwith urethral strictures seen by the author from January to December and weremanaged with different forms of urethral reconstruction. Two thirds of the 53 patients were treated by end-to-end anastomosis. The causes of the strictures in the seventeen patients wereinfection in 7, catheter induced stricture in 6, traramiento external trauma in 3 patients. One patient had Balanitis Xerotica Obliterans.

The sites of the stricture were penile and bulbous in the majority ofthe patients. Out of the 17 patients, 13 had buccal mucosa graft BMG urethroplasty. Amongthese, ten were offered the procedure as tratamineto single stage while three patients had multistagereconstruction. Complications from the donor site were bleeding, pain and infection. The results ofthe grafts were good in 11 patients voiding with a good stream and a normal urethroscopy.

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The average follow up time was The use of buccal mucosa for urethral reconstruction is recommended when facedwith complex stricture. The procedure is well tolerated by patients and has few complications withgood end result of an adaptable mucosa.

Circinate pustular psoriasis localized to glans penis mimicking ‘circinate balanitis ‘ and responsive to dapsone. Pseudoepitheliomatous, keratotic, and micaceous balanitis presenting as cutaneous horn in an adult male. The surgical treatment of Balanitis Xerotica Obliterans. Balanoposthitis caused by Pseudomonas aeruginosa co-producing metallo-beta-lactamase and 16S rRNA methylase in children with hematological malignancies.

Sexually transmitted diseases in Assam: An experience in balaniitis tertiary care referral hospital. Primary tuberculosis of glans penis after intravesical Bacillus Calmette Guerin immunotherapy.