Annals of Case Reports and Clinical Studies | Volume 2, Issue 1 | Case Report | Open Access
Tanveer Ahmad Bhat*
Department of Plastic Surgery and Burns, King Saud Medical City (KSMC), Riyadh Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
*Correspondence to: Tanveer Ahmad BhatFulltext PDF
Post-traumatic complete or subtotal amputation of the penis is a very rare surgical emergency and is usually caused by self-mutilation during an acute psychotic episode, accidents, as a circumcision complication, criminal assault and animal attacks. Among all these causes, self inflicted and accidental injuries cover a large portion of this form of penoscrotal trauma and assault being a very uncommon cause. Here, we report a case of a 26 year-old man who sustained subtotal penile amputation following a criminal assault and underwent successful revascularization after a total warm ischemia time (WIT) of around 14 hours.
Traumatic; Penile amputation; Replantation
Tanveer Ahmad Bhat,Faryal Suraya,Omar Barasain,Ebtisam Alhuwaider,Maha Hanawai,Hesham Alokaiki, Ahmad Almanhali, etal.Successful Revascularization in Post- traumatic Subtotal Penile Amputation With a Prolonged Warm Ischaemia Time( WIT) of 14 hours: A Case Report.Ann Case Rep Clin Stud. 2023;2(1):1-6.