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1

How thick is the dysplasia in squamous carcinoma of the penis?

Full thickness dysplasia of the epidermis

2

Role of circumcision in squamous carcinoma of the penis

Almost all in uncircumcised

3

Aetiology of BPH?

Hormonal imbalance: alteration of androgen/oestrogen ratio

4

Irregular proliferation of both glandular and stromal prostatic tissue

BPH

5

What does bone look like if you have prostate cancer metastases?

SCLEROTIC!! (probably a buzzword)

6

Typical presentation of testicular tumours?

Usual presenting symptom is painless testicular enlargement. Can be associated with hydrocele, gynaecomastia, general effects of malignant disease

7

"potato" tumour

Seminoma

8

Large, clear tumour cells with variable stromal lymphocytic infiltrate

Seminoma

9

Which cancer am I?
-30-50 years
-looks likes a potato
-large clear cells, variable stromal infiltrate
-radiosensitive: 90% cure rate

Seminoma

10

Which cancer am I?
-affect men 20-30
-solid areas, cyts, haemorrhage, necrosis

Teratoma

11

Transitional zone

BPH

12

Peripheral zone

Prostate cancer

13

Which area does prostate cancer arise in?

Peripheral zone