An inflammation of the glans penis
Posthitis is an inflammation of the foreskin.
Balanitis xerotica obliterans (BXO) is lichen sclerosus of the glans penis (uncommon).
Ballooning of foreskin with voiding
Foreskin balloons when voiding
Inability to retract foreskin at ...
Consider circumcision for recurrent balanitis and paraphimosis.
Warm compresses or sitz baths
Clotrimazole (Lotrimin) 1% BID
Every 1 to 2 weeks until etiology has been established
Persistent balanitis may require biopsy to rule out malignancy or BXO.
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Kiss A, Csontai A, Pirót L, et al. The response of balanitis xerotica o...
N48.0 Leukoplakia of penis
N47.7 Other inflammatory diseases of prepuce
605 Redundant prepuce and phimosis
Balanitis is an inflammation of the glans penis. Posthitis is an inflammation of the foreskin. BXO is lichen sclerosus of the glans penis.
With recurrent infections and a plaque, a biop...
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FIGURE 122.2. Paraphimosis—a foreskin that is left in a retracted position leads to venous congestion and edema of the foreskin.
FIGURE 122.3. Manual reduction of paraphimosis. After a local anesthetic block of the dorsal nerve of the penis, the foreskin is manually compressed to reduce edema. The foreskin can be reduced by pressure on glans—like turning a sock inside out.
FIGURE 122.3. Manual reduction of paraphimosis. After a local anesthetic block of the dorsal nerve of the penis, the foreskin is manually ...
FIG. 9.1. The parents of this boy with physiologic phimosis (A) retracted his foreskin, causing a paraphimosis (B).
Balanitis in Reiter syndrome
<bold>Figure 50-4</bold> Paraphimosis.
FIG. 9.2. This uncircumcised boy developed a moderately severe case of balanoposthitis.
FIGURE 25.6 Candidal balanitis. This diabetic patient has erythematous erosions. The KOH examination revealed pseudohyphae (see Figures 26.8 and 26.9).
FIGURE 25.6 Candidal balanitis. This diabetic patient has erythematous erosions. The KOH examination revealed pseudohyphae (see Figures 26....
<bold>Figure 50-1</bold> Phimosis. (Courtesy of T. Ernesto Figueroa)