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36 Possible Causes for Penile Lesion, Poor Personal Hygiene

  • Balanitis

    It is important to identify and rectify predisposing factors such as diabetes, poor personal hygiene, eczema etc. Outlook and prognosis 95% cure rate.[] A middle-aged uncircumcised man presented with two long-standing erythematous prepucial penile lesions unresponsive to antibiotics.[] Uncircumcised men with poor personal hygiene are most affected by balanitis.[]

  • Penile Intraepithelial Neoplasia

    Balanitis is a condition that causes penile lesions due to poor personal hygiene.[] This review focuses on premalignant penile lesions and the associations of these lesions with the development of invasive penile cancer.[] Most cases occur in elderly uncircumcised men and are associated with poor hygiene. In the United States, penile cancer accounts for less than 1% of all malignancies.[]

  • Carcinoma of the Penis

    Men are also at an increased risk for penile cancer if they: are over age 60 smoke cigarettes practice poor personal hygiene live in a region with poor sanitation and hygiene[] METHODS: This was a retrospective histologic analysis of 68 cases of penile SCC. Adjacent lesions were considered to be premalignant lesions.[] personal hygiene Longstanding ulcerative lichen planus It is important to note that having a risk factor does not mean that one will get the condition.[]

  • Penile Leukoplakia

    personal hygiene and with phimosis in uncircumcised men.[] Premalignant lesions 42% of pts with SCC had hx of pre existing penile lesions.[] Though unproven, it too has been linked to poor personal hygiene.[]

  • Granuloma Inguinale

    Most patients were found to be recent migrants to the Port Moresby area with low socioeconomic status and poor personal hygiene.[] Abstract A 21-year-old European male patient presented with a penile sore of two months' duration.[] This 30 year old man had penile donovanosis for 3 months before seeking treatment. The suprapubic lesion was produced by autoinoculation from the penis.[]

  • Chancroid

    Poor personal hygiene encourages infection. Keep clean. Bathe or shower daily.[] The genital lesions are usually painful, particularly on the penile shaft, but may be minimally symptomatic in the vagina, cervix or anus, which could facilitate transmission[] Haemophilus ducreyi , a short, nonmotile, gram-negative bacillus Poor personal hygiene Unprotected sex Multiple sex partners Uncircumcised males Drug abuse Genital trauma[]

  • Erythroplasia of Queyrat

    Etiopathology Penile cancer has been found to be associated with poor personal local hygiene.[] We have investigated 12 paraffin-embedded biopsies from eight patients with penile erythroplasia of Queyrat and control biopsies of inflammatory penile lesions, of genital[] A middle-aged uncircumcised man presented with two long-standing erythematous prepucial penile lesions unresponsive to antibiotics.[]

  • Penile Warts

    Risk factors for genital warts include: multiple sexual partners infection with another STD pregnancy anal intercourse poor personal hygiene heavy perspiration Causes and[] 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[] Scraped cells from lesions of 27 men establishing various types of penile warts were investigated by PCR for HPV DNA detection.[]

  • Cutaneous Diphtheria

    In the United States, cutaneous diphtheria, although rare, is most often seen among persons with poor hygiene who live in crowded conditions.[] […] with poor hygienic status and/or patients with intravenous drug abuse [ 2 , 3 ].[] Cutaneous diphtheria due to both toxigenic and nontoxigenic strains is a reemerging highly contagious skin infection with outbreaks reported in developed countries, affecting persons[]

  • Zoon Balanitis

    personal hygiene Who are sensitive to chemical irritants (for example, soaps and lubricants) That have drug allergies Males with diabetes are at increased risk of developing[] Recognition of these features should allow simple differentiation from premalignant, infective and other inflammatory penile lesions which may be more responsive to treatment[] […] to developing balanitis include those with: Congestive heart failure Nephritis Cirrhosis Morbid obesity Males who are more likely to develop balanitis include those: With poor[]

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