Wide excision of extramammary Paget's disease of the penoscrotal region may leave large defects that cannot be closed easily. The authors describe their experience with a series of 6 patients in whom reconstruction of the scrotal defect was undertaken using the scrotal remnant raised as a stretchable musculocutaneous flap. It was observed that as little as a third of the residual scrotum could be expanded to resurface the entire scrotum. All flaps survived completely. Severe scrotal edema and ecchymosis were observed in 1 patient but the symptoms resolved completely with Trendelenburg positioning. The penile defects were resurfaced individually with thick skin grafts. Good-quality take with no chordee was observed in all patients after initial reconstruction. One patient developed penile contracture after reexcision of recurrent disease. Mean follow-up was 22 months (range, 3–60 months). Large defects of as much as two thirds of the scrotum may be reconstructed successfully using the tissue-expanding scrotal musculocutaneous flap.