Po379 Mondor’S Disease Of Penis: A Case Report

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ADEM PARLAK1, TURGUT SIMSEK, SEDAT DEVELI e UMIT AYDOGAN
1Gulhane School of Medicine, Department of Family Medicine
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Backgrounds: Visual dorsal penile thrombosis is a benign pathology which has not relationship with systemic and malignant diseases. For the Mondor’s disease (MD), frequently aetiology is not certain, however direct and indirect traumas occurred after hard and long-time sexually effort is considered to responsible. Reported aetiologic factors of the MD include traumas, excessive sexually activity, infection, intravenous administration of the some abused drug, venous infarction caused by full bladder, use of Cunningham clamp, out of sexually relationship during long time. In the present study, the subject is a patient who has MD which is a rare situation.
Case: 34 years old male patient applied to the family heath centre with panicula complain of his penis. He had a sexual activity last week. He had not erectile dysfunction or any systemic disorder. On the penile dorsal, non-sensitive and palpable hardness was detected. Patient announced that the panicula had been hyperaemic and painfully before, but pain decreased by time. Patient present situation was considered suitable with MD of penis which caused venous thrombophlebitis on penis dorsal. For the therapy, during 2 weeks heparin gel was administered and keep away from sexual activity during the therapy was recommended. After 2 weeks by the operated physical examination, it was observed that complains of the patient had recovered.
Conclusions: Superficial penile dorsal vein thrombosis is a benign pathology and it is not associated with any systemic and malign disorders. Diagnosis depends on a detailed patient history and physical examination. Thus MD is self limited, many of the patients with this disease are healed without applying to a hospital.
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PO379 MONDOR’S DISEASE OF PENIS: A CASE REPORT
Keywords: 
Mondor’s disease, superficial penile dorsal vein, thrombosis