A 6-month-old full-term infant presented to the urology clinic for management of diphallia. No reported relevant past medical history. Physical examination demonstrated 2 completely developed penis with normal looking meatus, both penises covered at the mid-part of the shaft with one penile skin shaft, penoscrotal malposition, right side scrotal skin tag, sacral dimple, and undescended testes. Both of them have urine flow from the urethras. Amniotic karyotype was 46 XY.
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