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Figure 1: (a) T2-weighted coronal MRI of the pelvis showing a 3-mm fracture of the tunica albuginea of the left corpus cavernosum located inferior to the posterior aspect of the pubic symphysis. Abnormal signal intensity compatible with blood extends inferiorly from the defect into a left scrotal hematoma (depicted by arrows). (b) The patient's penis and scrotum after penile degloving and before delayed penoscrotal repair. (c) Evacuating hematoma and identifying corporal tear. (d) Completion of an internal penile fracture repair through a penoscrotal incision. MRI: magnetic resonance imaging

Figure 1: (a) T2-weighted coronal MRI of the pelvis showing a 3-mm fracture of the tunica albuginea of the left corpus cavernosum located inferior to the posterior aspect of the pubic symphysis. Abnormal signal intensity compatible with blood extends inferiorly from the defect into a left scrotal hematoma (depicted by arrows). (b) The patient's penis and scrotum after penile degloving and before delayed penoscrotal repair. (c) Evacuating hematoma and identifying corporal tear. (d) Completion of an internal penile fracture repair through a penoscrotal incision. MRI: magnetic resonance imaging