Paget's disease (PD) denotes an initially intra-epidermal adenocarcinoma that can later invade the dermis and metastasise. Among the extramammary forms of PD (EMPD), penoscrotal presentations are rarer than the vulvar and perianal forms. Once diagnosis has been confirmed by histopathological examination, a search for associated neoplasia must be conducted, although penoscrotal EMPD is less frequently associated with underlying neoplasia than mammary PD (MPD). The associated cancer most often involves a neighbouring organ, with prostate cancer being the most common, or in some cases consists of underlying cutaneous adnexal tumours. First-line therapy consists of surgical excision. Alternatives to surgery (imiquimod, CO2 laser vaporisation, dynamic phototherapy) may be considered in certain cases.Le texte complet de cet article est disponible en PDF.
Keywords : Penis, Scrotum, Paget's disease