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Table 2 Treatment, pathological findings, and follow-up of 9 patients with metastatic penile cancer

From: Metastasis in penile corpus cavernosum from esophageal squamous carcinoma after curative resection: a case report

Author Time of penile metastasis Clinical manifestation Metastatic site Other metastasis simultaneously Diagnosis method Pathology Treatment of metastasis Survival time
Gupta NM 1 week Painful nodules Dorsal shaft Not mentioned Open biopsy Squamous cell carcinoma Polydrug chemotherapy 6 weeks
Pai A 9 months Painful nodules Full length Lymph node in left hilar, subcarinal and left supraclavicular Fine needle aspiration Squamous cell carcinoma Palliative chemotherapy alive in 6 months
Zou C 6 months Painless mass Shaft Right thigh; lymph nodes in left neck Excisional biopsy Moderated differentiated squamous cell carcinoma Resection of penile mass; Palliative external beam radiation 5 months
Numakura K 24+ months Dysuria, Penile pain Necrosis in glans Full length Brain, liver and eyes Excisional biopsy Squamous cell carcinoma Total penectomy, chemotherapy 3 months
Kobayashi Y 2 months Painless mass Glans and shaft Abdominal lymph nodes and spleen Open biopsy Squamous cell carcinoma Chemotherapy 5 months
López-Aramburu MA Simultaneously penile metastasis was the first symptom Pain, Necrosis in glans Glans and distal shaft Right humerus Excisional biopsy Squamous cell carcinoma Partial penectomy 1 month
Morán PE 24+ months Painless mass, Dysuria Glans and shaft Pelvic lymph node Open biopsy Squamous cell carcinoma Chemotherapy plus radiotherapy Withdrawing, loss to follow up
Li XM 9 months Priapism, Painless nodle, Dysuria Shaft Not mentioned Excisional biopsy Squamous cell carcinoma Total penectomy 10 months
Tang ZJ 4 months Priapism Shaft Not mentioned Excisional biopsy Moderately differentiated squamous cell carcinoma Total penectomy Not mentioned
Song LM 12 months Dysuria Painful nodules Right shaft Not detected Ultrasonic guided biopsy Moderately differentiated squamous cell carcinoma Radiotherapy 4 months