Letters Malignant and premalignant lesions of the penis

Importance of genitourinary and urology colleagues working in harmony

BMJ 2013; 347 doi: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.f1986 (Published 10 July 2013) Cite this as: BMJ 2013;347:f1986
  1. Alan L Tang, genitourinary physician,
  2. Sarah Edwards, genitourinary physician,
  3. Christine Bates, genitourinary physician,
  4. Mayura Nathan, genitourinary physician,
  5. Jill Pritchard, genitourinary physician,
  6. Deepa Bansal, genitourinary physician,
  7. Imali Fernando, genitourinary physician,
  8. Sashidharan Parameswaran, genitourinary physician,
  9. Emile Morgan, genitourinary physician
  10. On behalf of the BASHH Genital Dermatology Special Interest Group, Royal Society of Medicine, London W1G 0AE, UK
  1. alan.tang{at}royalberkshire.nhs.uk

We disagree with Arya and colleagues’ conclusion, based on just one paper, that initial referral to specialties other than urology is an “error.”1 One of us (CB) runs a penile clinic in a genitourinary service that refers patients to the regional centre surveyed in that paper but was not asked about reasons for …

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