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- Classified as "gonococcal" and "nongonococcal" (chlamydia)
- High rate of coinfection
- Induration and tenderness
- Support relieves the pain
- Causes include - urinary reflux, prostatitis,urethral instrumentation, and STD's
Torsion of the Testes
- Adolescent boys
- Swelling and Tenderness
- Support does not relieve pain
- Emergent surgery required
- + n/v, fever
- use testicular perfusion or color flow Doppler Ultrasonography scan to confirm diagnosis
- Painless lump
- Can be transiluminated
- NO TREATMENT IS NECESSARY unless cystic mass becomes larger and painful
- Congenital ones result when the PROCESSUS VAGINALIS remains in open communication with the abdominal cavity
- If does not resolve spontaneously, then at risk for INDIRECT iNQUINAL HERNIAS.
- "BAG OF WORMS" - which can only be palpated while patient is standing up
- Associated with infertility because of increased temperature
- Collection of veins that occur more often in the left scrotum
- Most common testicular neoplasm with the best prognosis
- Most common neoplasm in males 15-35
- Painless lump
- Does not transilluminate
- Undescended testis at higher risk, even after surgical correction
Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy
- Enlarged, rubbery prostate
- Urinary retention
Prostatic Carcinoma
- Firm, nodular, irregular prostate
- Bone Metastases
- Adenocarcinoma of this is the most common cancer found in men other than skn cancer
- Cancer usually develops in the periphery regions