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Are penile cancers usually a particular color, or do they look different in every case?

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In brief: Usually similar

Penile cancers often have a similar appearance but may have may vary.
Typically they will be erythematous (red) lesions on the foreskin or glans of the penis and maybe ulcerative. The only way to determine if a lesion represents a cancer is to have a biopsy.

In brief: Usually similar

Penile cancers often have a similar appearance but may have may vary.
Typically they will be erythematous (red) lesions on the foreskin or glans of the penis and maybe ulcerative. The only way to determine if a lesion represents a cancer is to have a biopsy.
Dr. Matthew Thom
Dr. Matthew Thom
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Dr. Philip Chao
Radiology

In brief: They can be

Various colors.
They are usually a mass on your penis. They require a physician to evaluate them.

In brief: They can be

Various colors.
They are usually a mass on your penis. They require a physician to evaluate them.
Dr. Philip Chao
Dr. Philip Chao
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