Buried penis is more commonly seen in infants and young boys, but it can occur in adolescents and grown men, too. Treatment is easier at a.
“There is an opening where the penis would normally hang, and the head is usually plush with skin, but there's no shaft outside of the body.”.
In some cases, there is an overabundance of escutcheon or a phimotic band ( Figure 1) which prevents evaluation of the penile shaft skin.
Information on the congenital condition called buried penis. Learn what it is and how to treat it in children.