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Urethrocutaneous fistula: a rare presentation of penile tuberculosis.

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Bhari N, Jangid BL, Singh S, Mittal S, Ali F, Yadav S,


Bhari N, Jangid BL, Singh S, Mittal S, Ali F, Yadav S, (click to view)

Bhari N, Jangid BL, Singh S, Mittal S, Ali F, Yadav S,

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International journal of STD & AIDS 2016 4 22() pii

Abstract

A man in his 50s presented with two urethrocutaneous fistulae with intermittent dribbling of urine from the opening of fistula on the surface of glans penis. A skin biopsy from indurated margin of fistula was suggestive of fibrosing granulomatous reaction. Anti-tubercular therapy was given with a diagnosis of penile tuberculosis and there was 50% improvement within two months of treatment.

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