Acta Medica Iranica 1999. 37(1):55-58.

H. Pourang, V. Mehrabi, A. Sadiqi, M. Nazem, M. Tehrai, M. Hourang


In this report we introduce two cases of penile agenesis. The first case was a newborn with male appearance and a well developed scrotum containing two normal testes, but the penis and urethral meatus were absent. The bladder was connected to the rectum by an intra-abdominal canal. The second case was a premature newbron of 32 weeks, who died in the first day of life. In addition to penile agenesis, he had undescended testes, imperforate anus, duodenal atresia, annular pancreas, kidney agensis, and toe anomalies.


"Agensis of penis, aphallia, congenital malformation ",

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