• Malignant priapism: a case report.

      Ellanti, P; Connolly, S S; McDermott, R; Crotty, P L; Grainger, R; c/o Marjorie White-Flynn, Department of Urology, Adelaide and Meath Incorporating National Children's Hospital, Tallaght, Dublin 24, Ireland. prasad.ellanti@gmail.com (Irish journal of medical science, 2011-12)
      Metastatic involvement of the penis is most commonly from a primary malignant genitourinary tumour. It is a rare phenomenon usually reflecting disseminated malignancy associated with a poor prognosis. Metastasis to the penis mimicking priapism is extremely rare, particularly in the absence of disseminated disease.