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Flashcards in Penis/Scrotum Path Deck (13):
1

hypospadias+ defect

 

epidspadias

abrnormal opening on ventral penis 
(failure of urethral fold closure)

 

dorsal side
(defect in genital tubercle)

2

phimosis

orifice of prepuce too small to retract

due to scarring from primary infection

3

blanitis

inflammation/infection of glans

4

blanoposthisis

inflammation / infection of glans and prepuce

5

Balanitis Xerotica Obliterans

thinning of epidermis

glassy, acellular appearance

band of inflammation > lymphocytes

increased keratine

6

Bowens diseae (leukoplakia)

 

association

squamous cell carcinoma in situ,

shaft of penis+scrotum

patients >35

 

HPV type 16+18

7

Erythroplasia of Queyrat

 

association

squamous carcinoma in situ 

redless located on mucosal surface of glans and prepuce

 

HPV type 16

precursor for invasive squamous cell carcinoma

8

Bowenoid papulosis

 

assocations

squamous cell carcinoma in situ

multpiple, pigmented reddish brown papules

 

HPV 16

does NOT develop into invasive cell squamous carcinoma (no posibility of invasion)

9

most common cancer of Penis

 

most common sites

invasive squamous cell carcinoma

 

glans or mucosal surface of prepuce

10

risk factors for invasive sqaumous cell carcinoma of the penis

HPV 16, 18

smoking

Lack of circumcision

Greatest risk factor = bowen's disease, erythroplasia of queyrat)

11

invasive sqaumous cell carcinoma metastasizes to

inguinal and iliac nodes

12

blockage of ___ renal vein can cause variocele

left renal vein (right spermatic vein dains to IVC)

13

hydrocele fluid accumulates in 

 

treatment

tunica vaginalis

 

treatment - hydrocelectomy - removal of TV