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291 Possible Causes for Anogenital Pruritus, Leukorrhea, Urethral Discharge in Males

  • Trichomonas Infection

    Female: Urine sediment, vaginal secretions Male: Urethral discharge or prostate secretions or first few drops of voided urine Sample for culture should be placed into a tube[] Pathogenesis Most are asymptomatic Causes inflammation, itching and leukorrhea They feed on leukocytes and cell exudates They are ingested by monocytes 9.[] The clinical picture in the acute infection reveals diffuse vulvitis due to copious leukorrhea.[]

  • Leukorrhea

    Leukorrhea may be caused by sexually transmitted diseases; therefore, treating the STD will help treat the leukorrhea.[] 2015 ICD-9-CM Diagnosis Code 623.5 Leukorrhea, not specified as infective 2015 Billable Thru Sept 30/2015 Non-Billable On/After Oct 1/2015 Female Only Dx ICD-9-CM 623.5 is[] Abstract Corynebacterium vaginale was recovered from vaginal-cervical swab specimens in 164 of 288 women with leukorrhea and in four of 30 women without signs or symptoms[]

    Missing: Urethral Discharge in Males
  • Urethritis

    The urethral discharge was collected from male patients with urethritis at 51 medical facilities from April 2009 to October 2010.[] In the absence of the major diagnostic signs of inflammatory vaginitis, leukorrhea might be a sensitive indicator of cervical inflammation with a high negative predictive[] Abstract Acute purulent urethritis is a complication associated with an indwelling. Foley catheter in male patients.[]

    Missing: Anogenital Pruritus
  • Nongonorrheal Male Urethritis

    NON GONORRHEA URETHRITIS Symptoms: Painful urination (dysuria); pus from urethra (penis)- urethral discharge; No symptom in female or discharge from cervix Special signs:[] Visually, leukorrhea presents as a heavy pale white sticky discharge, while the mucous plug is usually bloodstained.[] .  In males: urethritis with purulent discharges.  In females: urethritis and/or cervicitis with discharges.  Arthritis, pharyngitis, rectal infection, septicaemia, endocarditis[]

    Missing: Anogenital Pruritus
  • Chlamydia Infection

    If males have symptoms, they may include urethritis (itching and/or burning on urination) and discharge from the penis in small or moderate amounts.[]

    Missing: Anogenital Pruritus Leukorrhea
  • Contact Dermatitis

    BACKGROUND: Despite the widespread use of oral or topical acyclovir, allergic contact dermatitis caused by it has been rarely reported, with fewer than 20 case studies published in the English literature to date. CASE REPORTS: A diagnosis of allergic contact dermatitis from acyclovir cream was established in a[…][]

    Missing: Leukorrhea Urethral Discharge in Males
  • Cutaneous Candidiasis

    When an infant presents in the delivery room with macular and papular skin lesions covering the trunk, extremities, and/or skin folds, the neonatal nurse practitioner covering deliveries must be aware of possible skin lesion differential diagnoses. Among these is congenital cutaneous candidiasis, a rare, usually benign[…][]

    Missing: Leukorrhea Urethral Discharge in Males
  • Diabetes Mellitus

    Intensive diabetes therapy aimed at achieving near normoglycemia reduces the risk of microvascular and neurologic complications of type 1 diabetes. We studied whether the use of intensive therapy as compared with conventional therapy during the Diabetes Control and Complications Trial (DCCT) affected the long-term[…][]

    Missing: Leukorrhea Urethral Discharge in Males
  • Gonorrhea

    The first symptoms in the male are a burning sensation upon urination and a purulent urethral discharge that may be profuse or may be so meagre as to go unnoticed.[] […] that practically always involves mucous membranes of the urethra, resulting in a copious discharge of pus, more apparent in the male than in the female.[] […] bleeding Fever, chills, nausea, and vomiting (less common) In males, the major genitourinary symptoms of gonorrhea include the following: Urethritis: The major manifestation[]

    Missing: Anogenital Pruritus Leukorrhea
  • Vaginal Candidiasis

    Diseases Characterized by Urethritis and Cervicitis Management of Male Patients Who Have Urethritis Urethritis, as characterized by urethral inflammation, can result from[] Diagnosis of VVC based solely on patient history and genital examination is not possible because of the low specificity of symptoms and signs, since other causes mimic VVC, like leukorrhea[] Symptoms, if present, include discharge of mucopurulent or purulent material, dysuria, or urethral pruritus. Asymptomatic infections are common.[]

    Missing: Anogenital Pruritus

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