Pyoderma gangrenosum (PG) is a rare autoinflammatory skin disease characterized by recurrent ulcers. It is a diagnosis of exclusion and treatment can be challenging due to limited evidence-based therapies. While surgical management is typically avoided due to the risk of pathergy, it can be warranted in specific cases. Here, we have illustrated a unique case of genital PG that began after COVID-19 infection and which resulted in scrotal prolapse with testicular exposure. Loose closure with a horizontal mattress suture while the patient was on immunosuppression allowed for complete wound healing.
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