Histopathology report

• tumour site (urethra, foreskin, glans, shaft).

• patterns of growth and histological type.

• tumour grade (well, moderately, poorly differentiated, or verrucous).

• tumour extension: subepithelial connective tissue, tunica albuginea, corpus spongiosum, corpus cavernosum, urethra.

• in-situ component (present/absent/extent, multifocal).

pTis carcinoma in situ.

pTa noninvasive verrucous carcinoma.

pT1 tumour invades subepithelial connective tissue.

pT2 tumour invades corpus spongiosum or corpus cavernosum.

pT3 tumour invades urethra or prostate.

pT4 tumour invades other adjacent structures.

• lymphovascular space invasion (present/absent).

• regional lymph nodes: superficial and deep inguinal nodes pN0 no regional lymph node metastases.

pN1 metastasis in a single superficial, inguinal lymph node.

pN2 metastasis in multiple or bilateral superficial inguinal lymph nodes.

pN3 metastasis in deep inguinal or pelvic lymph node(s) unilateral or bilateral.

• excision margins: urethra, corpora, skin - distances (mm).

• other pathology: status of non-neoplastic epithelium (condyloma, BXO, Zoon's, inflammatory process).

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