Penile and Male genital Cancers


Penile and male genital cancers are very rare. There are 400 new cases in the UK per year and approximately 40 of these from Scotland (per year). Being so rare, and rapidly progressing, these cancers are treated in supra-regional NHS centres where expertise with experience exists in order to improve outcomes.



We are supra-regional specialists within NHS Lothian dealing with penile lumps/cancers and receive referrals from the East of Scotland.  We offer not only cancer  curing surgery, but various reconstructive options including skin graft surgery and dynamic sentinel lymph node surgery.



Patients are assessed, evaluated with a biopsy and scans performed to stage the severity of the condition. Whenever possible, we aim to offer penile preserving surgery with reconstruction. This is in order to preserve urinary, sexual, and psychological well being of our patients.


The cancer spreads via lymph nodes in the groins and their careful evaluation is essential to identify early disease and to treat this devastating cancer as early as possible in order to achieve the best possible chance of cure.

It may be necessary to perform pelvic node surgery in some select group of patients.


Our team offers the expertise in dealing with the condition in a very timely manner.

Scottish Andrology Services

Clinics and surgery based at


Spire Murrayfield

122 Corstorphine Road, Edinburgh, EH12 6UD




Spire Shawfair Park

10 Easter Shawfair, Edinburgh, EH22 1FE

Please call the Spire Murrayfield bookings office on 0131 316 2530 to book an appointment

+(44) 0131  316  2530