In human anatomy, the dorsal veins of the penis comprise the superficial dorsal vein of the penis and the deep dorsal vein of the penis.
Superficial thrombophlebitis of the dorsal vein of the penis (penile Mondor's Disease) is an important clinical diagnosis that every family practitioner should be.
Introduction. Superficial vein thrombosis is a rare pathology that was first described by Mordor,1 although his description of phlebitis was.
Dorsal Vein thrombosis, also known as Mondor's disease of the penis, is a superficial thrombophlebitis first described in the literature by Falco.
The deep dorsal vein of the penis drains oxygen-depleted blood away from the glans, which is the external head of the sexual organ. This vein.