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368 Possible Causes for Penile Pain, Psoas Sign Positive

  • Appendicitis

    Psoas sign was found to be positive.[] […] most likely to be associated with appendicitis in one meta-analysis were: rigidity ( LR 4) positive psoas sign ( LR 2.38) fever ( LR 1.94) The positive LR of rebound tenderness[] […] rebound tenderness at McBurney's point Psoas/Obturator sign raise the patient's right leg with the knee flexed rotate the leg internally at the hip increased abdominal pain[]

  • Insect Bite

    Some guys who have chigger bites on the penis develop a reaction known as "summer penile syndrome." This can cause swelling of the penis, itching, and painful urination.[]

    Missing: Psoas Sign Positive
  • Urinary Tract Infection

    penile , testicular and abdominal pain , and penile discharge Common urinary tract infection (UTI) symptoms in children include: Urge to urinate frequently, often in small[] Examination findings may include the following: Fever Tachycardia Flank pain/costovertebral angle tenderness Abdominal tenderness in the suprapubic area Scrotal hematoma,[] Although men may complain of dysuria, frequency, and urgency, other symptoms may include rectal, testicular, penile, or abdominal pain.[]

    Missing: Psoas Sign Positive
  • Penile Fracture

    What are the Symptoms of Penile Fracture? Sudden onset of pain in the penis during sex is the most common symptom of penile fracture.[] Abstract A 38-year-old man with history of repaired penile fracture presented with rapid detumescence, penile pain, and ecchymosis during vaginal sexual intercourse concerning[] ED in the remaining three could not be explained by penile fracture. Of 10 nonoperated patients, eight (80%) developed ED. CONCLUSION: Pain is rare in penile fracture.[]

    Missing: Psoas Sign Positive
  • Peyronie Disease

    However, use of steroid injections in managing penile pain has been poorly investigated.[] Patients with a constricting ring of plaques had persistent penile pain during erection as well as after injection during penile duplex sonography.[] […] curvature, plaque size, penile pain and plaque density.[]

    Missing: Psoas Sign Positive
  • Priapism

    A 42-year-old man presented to the emergency room with penile pain and partial erection.[] RESULTS: In both cases, the erection and penile pain were immediately diminished, and corporal blood flow measured by color Doppler ultrasonography was restored after the[] penile pain Recurrent or stuttering priapism, a form of ischemic priapism, is an uncommon condition.[]

    Missing: Psoas Sign Positive
  • Paraphimosis

    He had experienced referred penile pain from his prostate cancer, and to overcome this, had attempted to 'gate out' his pain by constricting his penis and thus stimulating[] Patients often experience penile pain and edema of the penile shaft proximal to the glans and corona, where a tight phimotic ring is present.[] pain Redness (erythema) Swollen glans (the shaft of the penis is not swollen) Tenderness Complications of Paraphimosis Tissue death caused by loss of blood supply (gangrene[]

    Missing: Psoas Sign Positive
  • Penile Torsion

    , which manifests in penile lesions that are painful with intercourse.[] Because this reduction is pretty painful, pain medications, penile blocks, and even sedation may be necessary.[] Symptom Penile torsion symptoms common symptoms penile erection is not hard penis abnormal pain penile erectile hypospadias Penis twist, urethral orifice direction changes[]

    Missing: Psoas Sign Positive
  • Chordee

    Intolerable pain preventing sexual intercourse or penile shortening of more than 2 cm was a poor result.[] All of these procedures have a low risk of penile shortening, chronic postoperative pain, infection, bleeding, change in penile sensation, and erectile dysfunction.[] Was the onset of your condition related to penile bruising or pain following intercourse? Do you have a plaque (a firm area on the penis)?[]

    Missing: Psoas Sign Positive
  • Penile Chancroid

    Painful penile lesions are often sign of a sexually transmitted disease. Conditions that causes painful penile lesions includes Chancroid which is a bacterial infection.[] He has no other complaints and denies penile pain, urethral discharge, dysuria, testicular pain or swelling. He reports no recent illnesses or systemic symptoms.[] STD symptoms in men vary but may include penile discharge, painful urination or skin lesions.[]

    Missing: Psoas Sign Positive

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