Mondor disease - penis

Case contributed by Wen Jak Ma
Diagnosis almost certain


Acute painful dorsal penile lump.

Patient Data

Age: 25 years
Gender: Male

Focal occlusive thrombosis of penile dorsal superficial vein of the penis.

Case Discussion

Superficial thrombophlebitis of the penile dorsal superficial vein.

Possible etiologies: trauma, sexual activity, exercise, malignancy.

Prognosis: resolves in 4-6 weeks with no long term sequalae.

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