CRCM  Vol.2 No.8 , November 2013
A case of penile gangrene
Abstract: Penile gangrene is a rare entity and is usually associated with significant trauma. We report on a self-inflicted cause of penile gangrene in a patient who sought enhancement.
Cite this paper: Brennan, I. , Beattie, L. , Allen, B. and Desai, B. (2013) A case of penile gangrene. Case Reports in Clinical Medicine, 2, 448-449. doi: 10.4236/crcm.2013.28117.

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