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96 Possible Causes for Edema of the Penis

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  • Paraphimosis

    As arterial inflow continues, lack of lymphatic drainage will cause a progressive edema of the penis distal to the retracted foreskin. As the foreskin continues ...[] Inability to retract penis into sheath compromise of venous and lymphatic drainage preputial and penile swelling edema at preputial ring constricts proximal penis further[] Arterial supply to the glans penis is thus entirely separate from that of the foreskin. A retracted foreskin will block lymphatic drainage from the distal penis.[]

  • Penile Fracture

    Physical exam revealed significant edema of the penis and foreskin as well as the so-called ‘eggplant deformity’ commonly associated with penile fractures (Figure 1 a).[] […] of the erect penis (one patient).[] Late presentation and complications If a fractured penis is neglected, the initial manifestations, namely edema and hematoma, subside gradually.[]

  • Balanoposthitis

    Multiple painless firm papules on glans penis, edema in the foreskin and low-grade fever appeared after the seventh instillation, for which the single antituberculous agent[] Erosion and gangrene on the glans penis and prepuce Foul-smelling subpreputial discharge Edema of the prepuce Aerobes Gardnerella vaginalis Irritation of glans penis and prepuce[] […] the penis head, aggravate the penis head and foreskin edema, severe ischemic necrosis, can also cause urethral stricture.[]

  • Penile Gangrene

    During inspection – hyperemic painful penis, extensive edema and pigmentation in the injury area which were rapidly spreading. 4 Fig 2.[] MANUAL REDUCTION Manual pressure may reduce edema. A gloved hand is circled around the distal penis to apply circumferential pressure and disperse the edema.[] When removal of the strangulation object is not possible by any of the aforementioned methods due to the size of the object and/or increased edema, the penis may be denuded[]

  • Penile Chancroid

    […] on the penis and penile edema Figure 18-11 shows ectopic sebaceous glands on the shaft of the penis.[] Inspect the Penis and Scrotum In the examination of the penis and scrotum, note the following: Whether the patient is circumcised The size of the penis and scrotum Any lesions[]

  • Penile Cellulitis

    Penoscrotal edema reduced inconciderably, penis and scrotum remained erythematous. Most cases of erysipelas usually response to antibiotic therapy rapidly.[] The profound edema of the glans penis and the foreskin may make this task exceedingly difficult.[] Chordee Chordee of penis Edema of penis Nontraumatic hematoma of penis Pain in penis Penile pain Penile vascular disorder Sebaceous cyst of penis Sebaceous cyst, penile Synechiae[]

  • Priapism

    Physical exam is notable for tachycardia with a normal rhythm and a tumesced diffusely tender penis without scrotal edema or surrounding erythema.[] , risk of abrasion , tissue drying and necrosis of penis. 1,2 The cause of priapism can be primary, secondary or idiopathic. 3 Priapism under spinal and epidural anaesthesia[] On Hospital day #8 the penis was 90% detumesced, and edema had significantly improved. The urethral catheter was removed.[]

  • Carcinoma of the Penis

    It is recommended that patients with cancer of the penis obtain treatment in an academic medical center with experience in the treatment of such tumors.[] Ilioinguinal lymphadenectomy can be associated with significant side effects, such as infection, skin necrosis, wound breakdown, edema, and even a low, but finite, mortality[]

  • Penile Herpes

    Herpes zoster is a common dermatological condition which affects up to 20% of the population, most frequently involving the thoracic and facial dermatomes with sacral lesions occurring rarely and only a few reported cases of penile shingles. We report two cases of unusual penile clinical presentations of varicella[…][]

  • Portal Cirrhosis

    Laennec's cirrhosis , also known as portal cirrhosis, alcoholic cirrhosis, fatty cirrhosis, or atrophic cirrhosis, [1] is named after René Laennec , [2] a French physician and the inventor of the stethoscope. It is a disease of the liver in which the normal lobular architecture is lost, with fibrosis (scarring) and later[…][]

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