A previously healthy 48-year-old male presented with a painful penile lump of one week’s duration. He denies fever, urinary complaints, rashes, joint pain and other symptoms. The lump was noted 14 hours after sexual intercourse. On examination, he had 3 x 0.5 cm mass at the junction of the glans and shaft on the dorsal portion of the penis (parallel and proximal to coronal sulcus). The mass was tender and firm with no erythema or ulceration. Gadolinium enhanced magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) was obtained to aid in the diagnosis of this mass (Figs. 1 and 2).
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