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1

What is the name of the condition seen in a male that has a congenital defect on the ventral surface of the penis?

Hypospadias (Boots)

2

What is the name of the condition that is seen in a male that has a congenital defect on the dorsal side of the penis?

Epispadias (Goggles)

3

What is the condition of Phimosis?

Foreskin cannot be fully retracted over the glans penis

4

What condition is described as "Foreskin becomes trapped behind/under the glans penis"?

Paraphimosis ("Turtle Neck")

5

What is the description of a Hydrocele?

Fluid accumulation around testes
Non Tender
Transillumnate
Can palpate above the mass

6

What two male conditions of the male genital area are Not Transillumnate?

Scrotal Hernia
Tumor (Seminoma)

7

In what condition can you not palpate above the mass in a male genital disorder?

Scrotal Hernia

8

What male genital disorder will there be high levels of Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (HCG) and a Painless nodule?

Tumor (Seminoma)

9

What is the name of the male genital disorder described as a "Bag of Worms"?

Varicocele

10

What is often a cause of Varicocele?

Portal Hypertension

11

What is the name of the male genital condition that is described as "Common, Cutaneous firm, yellow crust"?

Epidermoid Cyst

12

What male genital disorder has "Reddened testes that are tender and has posterior superior scrotal swelling"?

Epididymitis

13

What two male genital disorders are Tranillunimate?

Hydrocele
Epididymitis

14

What is the name of the male genital disorder that occurs from a blunt trauma and is a surgical emergency?

Testicular Torsion

15

What male genital disorder is seen in adolescents and is classified as painful and swollen?

Testicular Torsion

16

What are the two characteristics of Cryptorchism?

Undescended testicle
Increased risk of Testicular cancer

17

What is the term used to describe and erection lasting longer than four hours?

Priapism

18

What are three things that can cause Priapism?

Erectile Dysfunction Drugs
Central Nervous System (CNS) trauma
Increased intracranial pressure

19

What is the term for an "Inflamed Penis gland"?

Balanitis

20

What is the male genital disorder of Peyronie's?

Crooked erection ("up, up and away")

21

What is a term that is associated with Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID)?

Salpingitisis

22

What part of the reproduction system is most effected by Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID)?

Fallopian Tubes

23

What is the main cause of Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID)?

Gonorrhea

24

What are four other causes of Pelvic Inflammatory Disease besides Gonorrhea?

Chlamydia
Candidiasis Yeast
Trichomoniasis
Infections=Prior STD

25

What kind of stain is Gonorrhea?

Gram-Negative Diplococcus

26

How is the Gonorrhea organism grown in a lab?

Chocolate Agar Plate

27

What is the most common symptom of Gonorrhea?

Dysuria (Painful Urination)

28

What is the most common sign of Gonorrhea?

Green Mucopurulent discharge

29

What is the most common joint effected in Gonorrhea?

Knee

30

In Gonorrhea the MC site of Sequelae in each of the following populations:
Men
Women
Newborns

Men: Testicles➡️Sterility

Women: Salpingitisis

Newborns: Blindness