Abnormalities of the Penis
This chapter describes the physical features of the normal, circumcised and uncircumcised penis and how to examine it for an adherent foreskin or phimosis. There is a section on the two causes of a red, swollen penis: balanitis and paraphimosis. There is a description on meatal ulcer and stenosis, with the final section on examination of hypospadias.
KeywordsCongenital Adrenal Hyperplasia Urinary Tract Obstruction Urethral Meatus Urinary Obstruction Ambiguous Genitalia
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