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Johns Hopkins Performs The World's First-Ever Penis and Scrotum Transplant
The Johns Hopkins reconstructive surgery team that performed the country’s first bilateral arm transplant in a wounded warrior has successfully performed the first total penis and scrotum transplant in the world.
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- Johns Hopkins performs world's first 'total' penile transplant, on veteran wounded by IED blast
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- The world's first penis and scrotum transplant
Worlds First Total Penile and Scrotum Transplant | Johns Hopkins Medicine
On March 26, 2018 a team of nine plastic surgeons and two urological surgeons at Johns Hopkins Medicine performed the world’s first total penile and scrotum transplant. In a 14-hour surgery, the entire penis, scrotum (without testicles) and partial abdominal wall of a deceased donor was transplanted to a veteran wounded in Afghanistan. This animation illustrates the transplantation process.
Who is on the Johns Hopkins Penile Transplant Research Study Team?
W.P. Andrew Lee, M.D., Chairman of the Department of Plastic Surgery and Reconstructive Surgery
Gerald Brandacher, M.D., Scientific Director of the CTA Program
Arthur Burnett, M.D., Study Surgeon
Damon S. Cooney, M.D., Ph.D., Clinical Co-director of Penile Transplantation
Richard Redett, M.D., Clinical Director of Penile Transplantation
To request an appointment and learn more about penile transplantation, contact us at 443-997-1583.
The penile transplant project is considered a clinical trial and is made possible because of contributions from a team of specialists, including psychiatrists, psychologists, urologists, plastic surgeons, anesthesiologists, a nurse transplant coordinator, hematologists, infectious disease specialists, immunosuppressive therapy experts, dermatopathologists and bioethicists. (IRB#NA_00089306)
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