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4,486 Possible Causes for Eruptions, Penile Lesion, Seborrheic Keratosis-Like Papules

  • Herpes Zoster

    Acute inciting events for this eruption are not always known, but can include illness, stress, and mechanical injury.[] In men, lesions most often occur on the penile shaft or glans (Figure 2); recurrent lesions may occur on the genitals or buttocks and resolve within 1 week.[] We report a case of mycosis fungoides proved by biopsy and immunohistochemistry that developed in a 55-year-old man at the site of previous herpes zoster eruption.[]

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  • Epidermodysplasia Verruciformis

    We report a case of acquired EV-like eruption in an immunosuppressed patient with adult T-cell leukemia.[] Epidermodysplasia verruciformis lesions are frequently described as pityriasis versicolor-like scaly macules, flat wart-like papules, or verrucous and seborrhic keratosis-like[] They tend to reoccur in the penile area.[]

  • Balanitis

    Take a careful history of intermittent drug ingestion to rule out a fixed drug eruption.[] A middle-aged uncircumcised man presented with two long-standing erythematous prepucial penile lesions unresponsive to antibiotics.[] This is called a fixed drug eruption.[]

    Missing: Seborrheic Keratosis-Like Papules
  • Penile Warts

    The eruptions stopped presumably after my body got a handle on the infection.[] 1-mm white papules arranged circumferentially around the corona or sulcus of the glans penis Examination No treatment necessary Seborrheic keratosis Well-demarcated, rough[] Biopsies of clinically healthy penile skin 1 cm from the nearest penile lesion (wart with/without surrounding acetowhite changes) were processed for histology and HPV DNA[]

  • Drug Eruptions

    Drug eruptions constitute adverse events associated with medications.[] Two men had pigmented penile lesions that were diagnosed as fixed drug eruptions.[] Pigmented penile lesions (fixed drug eruptions ) associated with tetracycline therapy for sexually transmitted diseases [3].[]

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  • Actinic Keratosis

    It shows up as small red skin eruptions. The skin becomes itchy and painful. The eruptions on the skin may harden and can also bleed.[] The most likely diagnosis is Seborrheic keratosis Actinic keratosis Seborrheic dermatitis Basal cell carcinoma Poikiloderma Answer on page 699 Copyright the College of Family[] […] radiation L56.0 Drug phototoxic response L56.1 Drug photoallergic response L56.2 Photocontact dermatitis [berloque dermatitis] L56.3 Solar urticaria L56.4 Polymorphous light eruption[]

    Missing: Penile Lesion
  • Syphilis

    Secondary syphilis has a variety of presentations, the most common being a diffuse symmetrical papulosquamous eruption.[] Two reports also described gummatous penile ulceration.(82,83) Unusual rashes include papular or nodular eruptions,(27,84) nodular or ulcerative lesions with necrotic centers[] And it is precisely at this time that evidence suggests the syphilis epidemic in England erupted.[]

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  • Penile Herpes

    Still, even if an orogenital contact with a caregiver did happen, one would expect the genital eruption to be more extensive than it was.[] A micrograph picture of the herpes simplex virus, within tissue taken from a penile lesion of a patient with genital herpes.[] The lesions resolved quickly upon administration of oral antiviral therapy. Penile herpes zoster should not be overlooked in patients with unilateral vesicular rash.[]

    Missing: Seborrheic Keratosis-Like Papules
  • Penile Chancroid

    In some cases eruption of multiple blisters can also be seen.[] […] branch point of the * PRURITIC* penile lesion.[] Fixed drug eruption. E. Chancroid. Discussion The answer is D: Fixed drug eruption.[]

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  • Reiter's Syndrome

    A 40-year-old woman with Reiter's syndrome had low-grade fever, a psoriasislike eruption on feet and hands, and multiple esophageal ulcers.[] lesions present in roughly 20 to 40 percent of the men with the disease.[] A 38-year-old man with HIV infection presented with panuveitis, urethritis, and a papulosquamous eruption on his palms and soles.[]

    Missing: Seborrheic Keratosis-Like Papules

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