This makes it hard for the body to work the way it should.
Cancer cells can spread to other parts of the body.
It’s made of many kinds of body tissues, such as skin, nerves, muscle, and blood vessels. Your doctor can tell you more about the kind you have.
The scrotum is the sac of skin under the penis that holds the testicles (TESS-tick-ulls). The most common kind is called squamous cell carcinoma (SKWAY-mus sell CAR-sin-O-mah). It most often starts on the foreskin or the glans (the tip of the penis).
The lower the number, the less the cancer has spread.
A higher number, like stage 4, means the cancer has spread farther.
Cancer cells are graded based on how much they look like normal cells. Cancers with a higher grade (3 or 4) tend to grow faster.
These are small sacs of immune system tissue to which cancer often spreads first.If cancer cells are found in the biopsy sample, they will be graded.This helps doctors predict how fast the cancer is likely to grow and spread.Cancer cells in the penis can sometimes travel to the lungs and grow there.When cancer cells do this, it’s called metastasis (meh-TAS-tuh-sis).