PD MALE GENETALIA

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PD MALE GENETALIA
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  1. What is an irregular non-tender mass, fixed on the testes
    Testicular tumors
  2. This type of growth is not usually associated with Lymphadenopathy, but sometimes can be
    Testicular tumor
  3. A surgical emergency common in adolescense, acute onset of N/V, apon exam the testicles are exquisitely with scrotal discoloration
    Testicular torsion
  4. Differential diagnosis of this is unexplained white blood cells and bacteria in the urine, fever
    Epidimytis
  5. Can be secondary to UTI, STI, tuburculosis, and the chronic form may feel firm, lumpy and slightly tender
    Epididymitis
  6. With this abnormality absence of the cremasteric reflex on teh affect side is a supportive finding
    Testicular torsion
  7. An uncommon acute inflamation usually an expected complication of mumps in adolescense and adults. Generally unilaterally and testicular atrophy in 50% of all cases
    Orchitis
  8. Known as the dialation of veins of the pampiniform plexus, graded as either small (palpable only with valsalva), moderate(easily palpable without valsalva) and large (visible bulging)
    Varicocele
  9. Cystic Swelling of the epididymis, and does not transilluminate
    Spermatocele
  10. Nontender, smooth firm mass that results from fluid accumulation in the tunica vaginalis
    Hydrocele
  11. A mass that does not transilluminate, found to be confined to the scrotum, does not enter the inguinal canal
    Hydrocele
  12. Hydrocele is common in infancy and if not patent how long will it usually disappear
    6 months
  13. STI caused by poxvirus
    Molluscum Contagiosum
  14. These lesions are pearly grey, often umbilicated, smooth, dome shaped and with discrete margins, occuring on glans penis
    Molluscum Contagiosum
  15. Thses lesions appear on the glans penis, prepuce and penile shaft, they are soft reddish
    Condyloma Acuminatum
  16. Infection caused by papovavirus
    Condyloma Acuminatum
  17. Also called genital warts
    Condyloma Acuminatum
  18. Quite painful lesions that occur on the glans penis or penile shaft, appear as superfical vesicles, and is viral
    Herpes
  19. A painless lesion with indurated borders with a clear base located on the foreskin
    Syphilitic Chancre
  20. Can cause gangrene or edema of the glans penis
    Paraphimosis
  21. The inability to replace the foreskin to its usual position after it has been retracted behind the glans
    Paraphimosis
  22. Most common hernia in children and young males
    Indirect inguinal
  23. This type of hernia is more common in females than males especially over the age of 40
    Direct inguinal
  24. Least common type of hernia and occurs in males more than females
    Femoral hernia
  25. Bulge in the Hesselbach triangle, usually painless and easily reduced, hernia bulges anteriourly
    Direct inguinial hernia
  26. SOFT SWELLING IN INTERNAL RING; PAIN ON STRAINING, HERNIA COMES DOWN INGUINAL CANAL AND TOUCHES FINGERTIP
    INDIRECT INGUINAL HERNIA
  27. Right sided presentation more than left, pain often severe
    Femoral hernia
  28. Protruision of the peritoneal-lined sac through some defect
    Hernia
  29. During inspection you note hard, painless enlarged testicles, this is an indication of
    Testicular tumor
  30. enlarged penis without enlarged testes occurs with
    • Preocious puberty
    • adrenal perplasia
    • and some CNS lesions
  31. What is transillumination good for in the exam, why use it?
    To detect if a mass on the testicles is hernia, hydrocele, filled with gas, or cancerous
  32. A mass that does not transiluminate, but does change size when reduction is attempted
    Possible hernia
  33. A mass that does transilluminate, no change in size with reduction
    Hydrocele (with tunica vaginalis)
  34. A mass that neither transilluminates nor change size with reduction is
    Incarcerated hernia
  35. What hernia is a surgical emergency
    Incarcerated hernia
  36. What determines what finger you will use when palpating for a hernia
    The size of the patient
  37. A hernia that lies inside the inguinal canal
    Indirect Inguinal hernia
  38. White cheesy discharge or substance that occurs on uncircumsized penis
    Smegma
  39. A consition,Tight forskin that cannot be retracted on the uncircumsized penis
    Phimosis
  40. How do you open the urethreal orfice on the male penis
    Press the glans penis between forfinger and thumb
  41. What part of the male reproductive system may appear more deeply pigmented than the rest of the body, and surface may be more coarse
    The scrotum
  42. Does the scrotal sac appear symetrical on inspection?
    No, left testical usually has a longer spermatic cord
  43. 2 occasions of gonorrhea, treated with doxy, second occasion required a second dosing of medication..., this information should be documented where
    Past Medical History
  44. Member had three sexual partners in the past month and now has discharge to his urethera and burning with urination for about 2 days.....this is noted where
    History of present illness
  45. Poor hygene and lack of circumsision
    Condyloma acuminatum infection

    these are
    Penile risk factors for carcinoma
  46. Cryptorchidism with elevated testicular temperature
    Risk factor for male genitalia

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