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A patient is in the Southern part of Australia has lost a portion of his private parts after a rare disease has led to the development of the penis, gangrene.
The patient, who was not identified in a case report published in BMJ Journals, developed calciphylaxis of the penis. Calciphylaxis, according to the Mayo Clinic, it is a very serious, rare condition where calcium accumulates in small blood vessels of the skin and fat from the tissues.”
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The condition generally causes the formation of blood clots, skin ulcers, and can lead to serious, potentially fatal infections, such as gangrene or death of tissue, usually due to a lack of blood flow.
Further the 43-year-old patient had obesity, Type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, and kidney disease. Obesity and diabetes can increase the risk of a person to the development of calciphylaxis, according to the Mayo Clinic, which established that the disease is more commonly affects those in the final stages of kidney failure.
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As well as for the patients, the doctors in the report said the man’s kidney condition has led to calciphylaxis, because his organs were not in a position to properly filter the calcium out of the blood,” the New York Post, quoting from the study, it is reported. He has developed, ultimately, penile gangrene, as a result, so doctors are left with no other choice than to leave him with a “penis punch” at the top of his penis had been removed.
Penile calciphylaxis, according to 2018, with a case-study, with an overall mortality rate of 64 per cent. The majority of patients who develop it die within 2.5 months.
By a miracle, but the doctors were able to save the man, and it’s a part of his penis, which was amputated later it was reconstructed with skin grafts made from the foreskin, as well as by regular Mail. Later on, however, the man has developed calciphylaxis in the large intestine, thus allowing doctors to remove a part of it.