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1

WHat cells produce testosterone?

Leydig cells

2

WHat cells produce FSH?

Sertoli cells and germ cells

3

If a male presents with ED what else should you test for?

peripheral vascular disease

4

What is balanitis?

Inflammation of foreskin
typically found in young men

5

What is phimosis?

Can't retract the foreskin

6

What is paraphimosis?

Retracted foreskin but can't get it to go back

7

What is NGU?

nongonococcal urethritis

8

Are pearly penile papules benign?

Yes

9

What does Peyronie’s dz cause?

Abnormal curvature of the penis during erection due to formation of scar tissue.

10

What does "eggplant penis" refer to?

The purplish color of the penis from trauma

11

What will a hydrocele look like under light?

Transiluminate

12

are hydroceles benign?

Yes

13

What testicular mass looks wormy?

Varicocele

14

Where are femoral hernias found? Who are they more common in?

top of the thigh
more common in females

15

what three positions do you want to check for hernias in?

supine
standing
valsalva (turn head and cough)

16

How many lobes are in the prostate?

3 lobes
2 lateral (heart shaped) and 1 median (non-palpable)

17

Which lobe of the prostate isn't palpable?

median lobe (anterior to urethra)

18

Do PSA differentiate aggressive CA from slow growing?

No

19

A PSA or greater than what is concerning.

>4

20

How often should colonscopies be done with polyps or with patient's with higher risk?

3-5 years

21

When should sigmoidscopy be done

every 5 years w/ FOBT
every 3 years otherwise

22

What color are external hemorrhoids?

blue

23

What is smegma?

cheesy, whitish material under foreskin

24

What is hypospadias?

congenital displacement of urethral meatus to inferior surface of penis

25

What does profuse yellow discharge indicate?

gonococcal urethritis

26

What does scanty white or clear discharge indicate?

nongonococcal urethritis

27

What ulceration is a small red papule that becomes a chancre or PAINLESS erosion up to 2cm diameter? Base of chancre is smooth, red, clean and glistening; heals within 3-8 weeks

Primary syphillis

28

What ulceration is red papule or pustule initially that forms PAINFUL deep ulcer with ragged nonindurated margins; has friable base; necrotic exudate?

Chancroid

29

What ulceration is a small scattered or grouped vesicles, 1-3 mm in size, on glans or shaft of penis?

Herpes

30

What is tinea cruris?

jock itch