Penis and scrotum
Reviewers: Antonio Cubilla, M.D. and Alcides Chaux, M.D. (see Author/Reviewers page)
Revised: 19 February 2010, last major update February 2010
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● Histologically similar to inflammatory pseudotumor elsewhere (click here for Soft Tissue chapter topic)
● Also called inflammatory myofibroblastic tumor
● Rare; only one case reported to date, associated with chronic condom catheterization (J Urol Pathol 1996;4:79)
AFIP Fig 10-90: dorsal penis is replaced by 5 cm, tan-pink, slightly lobulated mass with fish-flesh consistency; tumor is composed of sparsely cellular dense collagen with scattered chronic inflammatory cells and rare foreign body type granulomas (J Urol Pathol 1996;4:79)
End of Penis and scrotum > Inflammatory Lesions > Inflammatory pseudotumor
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