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What are the components of GU History?
-Abdomen/Flank
-Suprapubic
-Perineal/Scrotal
-Voiding
-Sexual
What are the components of GU History?
-Abdomen/Flank
-Suprapubic
-Perineal/Scrotal
-Voiding
-Sexual
What are some sx's of the abdomen/flank?
-Pain
-N/V
-Distention
-Prior Surgeries
-Duration of symptoms
What are some sx's of the abdomen/flank?
-Pain
-N/V
-Distention
-Prior Surgeries
-Duration of symptoms
What are some suprapubic symptoms?
Pain, fullness, distention length of symtpoms
What are some perineal/scrotal symptoms?
Pain, swelling, length of sx's, laterality.
What are some suprapubic symptoms?
Pain, fullness, distention length of symtpoms
**What are the irritative symptoms of voiding vs. obstructive symptoms?
Irritative sx's: dysuria, urgency, frequency.
Obstructive sx's: hesitancy, intermittency, weak stream, incomplete emptying.
What are some perineal/scrotal symptoms?
Pain, swelling, length of sx's, laterality.
What are the types of urinary incontinence?
-urge
-stress
-overflow
-mixed
-functional
**What are the irritative symptoms of voiding vs. obstructive symptoms?
Irritative sx's: dysuria, urgency, frequency.
Obstructive sx's: hesitancy, intermittency, weak stream, incomplete emptying.
What are the types of urinary incontinence?
-urge
-stress
-overflow
-mixed
-functional
What are the considerations to make in a patient with hematuria?
-gross vs microscopic
-initial vs terminal
-clots vs no clots
-prior surgery
-stones
-trauma
-anticoagulants
-prior malignancies
What are the considerations to make in a patient with hematuria?
-gross vs microscopic
-initial vs terminal
-clots vs no clots
-prior surgery
-stones
-trauma
-anticoagulants
-prior malignancies
What are some of the male sexual disorders?
Erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, anejaculation/retrograde ejaculation, curvature, pain, hematospermia, meds/alcohol/drugs, medical problems/prior surgeries;
What are some of the male sexual disorders?
Erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, anejaculation/retrograde ejaculation, curvature, pain, hematospermia, meds/alcohol/drugs, medical problems/prior surgeries;
What are concerns of female sexual disorders?
Dyspareunia, cystocele 'dropped bladder', pre/post menopausal, prior surgeries, medications
What are concerns of female sexual disorders?
Dyspareunia, cystocele 'dropped bladder', pre/post menopausal, prior surgeries, medications
What are the symptoms of abdominal/flank problems?
-masses: liver, spleen, kidney;
-Tenderness, rigidity, hernias: inguinal right vs left or ventral.
What are the symptoms of abdominal/flank problems?
-masses: liver, spleen, kidney;
-Tenderness, rigidity, hernias: inguinal right vs left or ventral.
What types of sx's can be found on anus & perineum in male exam?
Fissures, edema, hemorrhoids, sphincter tone (always check for neuro exam), warts (ex. venereal warts--condyloma accumulatum.)
What types of sx's can be found on anus & perineum in male exam?
Fissures, edema, hemorrhoids, sphincter tone (always check for neuro exam), warts (ex. venereal warts--condyloma accumulatum.)
What should be checked for on the testes?
Tenderness, Symmetry, Hydrocele (will transilluminate, painless swelling of 1 side of scrotum), mass, hernias (check for indirect inguinal, can reduce hernias but can't reduce hydrocele). Testicular CA is 1% of all male cancers.
What should be checked for on the testes?
Tenderness, Symmetry, Hydrocele (will transilluminate, painless swelling of 1 side of scrotum), mass, hernias (check for indirect inguinal, can reduce hernias but can't reduce hydrocele). Testicular CA is 1% of all male cancers.
What should be checked for with epididymis?
Epididymis is 1st pt of vas deferens-->embryologically different than testicle.
-Can be enlarged, indurated, tender, mass, spermatocoele (dilated epididymis--mostly enlarge & not tender)
-Epididymitis--almost always ENLARGED & TENDER.
What should be checked for with epididymis?
Epididymis is 1st pt of vas deferens-->embryologically different than testicle.
-Can be enlarged, indurated, tender, mass, spermatocoele (dilated epididymis--mostly enlarge & not tender)
-Epididymitis--almost always ENLARGED & TENDER.
What should be checked for on the penis?
Circumcised, Phimosis (common in diabetic, can't retract foreskin), Paraphimosis (get foreskin back to & it gets stick here-->get swelling-->can get necrosis of head of penis, Peyronie's (need erect penis to examine, Warts.
What should be checked for on the penis?
Circumcised, Phimosis (common in diabetic, can't retract foreskin), Paraphimosis (get foreskin back to & it gets stick here-->get swelling-->can get necrosis of head of penis, Peyronie's (need erect penis to examine, Warts.
Phimosis & Paraphimosis can only happen in individuals with what condition?
Uncircumcised men
Phimosis & Paraphimosis can only happen in individuals with what condition?
Uncircumcised men