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os pe·nis

 (ŏs pē′nĭs)

[New Latin os pēnis : Latin os, bone + Latin pēnis, genitive of pēnis, penis.]
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Another related condition, "congenital human os penis," is also extremely rare, with only 1 reported case in a 5-year-old boy.
If the bladder stones are small, they can also pass into the penile urethra, where they lodge against the os penis bone.
The os penis was transected with a bone cutter and the urethra was transected 1 cm cranial to the penile amputation site.