Thrombosed lymphatic vessel in penis

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Sclerosing lymphangitisalso known as lymphangiosclerosis or sclerotic lymphangitis, [1] is a skin condition characterized by a cordlike structure encircling the coronal sulcus of the penisor running the length of the shaft, that has been attributed to trauma during vigorous sexual play. Nonvenereal sclerosing lymphangitis is a rare penile lesion consisting of a minimally tender, indurated cord involving the coronal sulcus and occasionally adjacent distal penile skin. The condition involves the hardening of a lymph vessel connected to a vein in the penis. It can look like a thick cord and can feel like a hardened, almost calcified or fibrous, vein.

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Is it normal to have a veiny penis?

In most cases, seeing veins beneath the skin of the penis is perfectly normal and does not require medical attention. In this article, we discuss why the veins in the penis might appear prominent and what this means. We also review potential underlying medical conditions that contribute to penis vein visibility and when to see a doctor. There are several veins and arteries that carry blood to and from the spongy erectile tissue in the penis.

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Penile Mondor’s disease

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Secondary lymphedema of male external genital organs, characterized by increase in genital organs volume, tissue fibrosis, erysipelas, and objective difficulties in the normal use of lower limbs and the penis, is a very common and impairing consequence of invasive surgery, radical lymphadenectomy and radiotherapy of the pelvic-inguinal area. Alternatively, we developed a microsurgical technique to perform direct anastomoses between the lymphatic collectors of the spermatic funiculum afferent to the external iliac chains and the vessels tributary to the spermatic vein. This innovative approach, although surgically demanding, provided a long term successful treatment of external genitals with no clinical complications, low invasivity, rapid post-surgical recovery, minor tissue demolition and satisfactory post-surgical functional and esthetic results.