Male Genital Lesions: The Urological Perspective
Springer Science & Business Media, Aug 15, 2012 - Medical - 444 pages
With the increased incidence of HPV-related genital diseases, including premalignant and malignant penile lesions, urologists and practitioners in general face numerous difficult challenges when attempting to diagnose genital lesions correctly. Despite the importance of genital lesions in the male, there are few books on the subject in the English medical literature. Male Genital Lesions will serve as an invaluable aid to the differential diagnosis of sexually transmitted infections, benign dermatological genital lesions, and premalignant and malignant genital disorders. More than 700 high-definition full-color figures of common disease presentations are included, with legends describing real clinical cases. The illustrations are supported by a concise, up-to-date text that describes etiology, pathology, clinical manifestations, laboratory tests, and treatment options for the individual diseases.
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