Sexually transmitted infections remain a global health concern with the World Health Organization reporting over 340 million new cases of bacterial and protozoal STI every year, worldwide. They are frequently associated with a significant degree of medical and psychological morbidity. This full-colour pictorial guide is a unique, single volume compilation of common diseases in genito-urinary medicine. It covers a wide range of ailments from sexually transmitted infections to dermatological conditions affecting the genito-urinary system. Each high-quality image is accompanied by a clear, concise description to aid diagnosis. As well as providing a diagnostic tutorial for trainees in genito-urinary medicine, this book is a reference for any healthcare professional encountering these diseases. Candidates for the Diploma of Genito-urianry Medicine and the Knowledge Based Assessment in Genito-Urinary Medicine will find this visual compendium invaluable.
Foreword. Preface. Acknowledgements. Sources of information. Genitalia. Male internal and external genitalia. Female internal and external genitalia. Syphilis. Neisseria gonorrhoea. Urethritis due to chlamydia trachomatis. Non-specific urethritis. Pelvic inflammatory disease. Prostatitis. Epididymitis and epididymo-orchitis. Reiter's Syndrome. Bacterial vaginosis. Trihomonas vaginalis. Genital candidiasis. Tropical genital and sexually acquired infections. Chancroid. Lymphogranuloma Venereum. Granuloma inguinale. Non-venereal endemic treponematoses. Yaws. Pinta. Bejel. Urinary tract Infection. Genital herpes. Human papillomavirus. Molluscum contagiosum. Sexually acquired viral hepatitis B and C. Scabies. Pediculosis pubis. Dermatoses affecting the genital area. Eczema. Fixed drug eruption. Hair follicles and sebaceous cyst. Lichen nitidus. Lichen planus. Genital psoriasis. Rosai Dorfman Disease. Vitiligo. Herpes zoster. Malignant and pre-malignant conditions affecting the genital area. Erythroplasia of queyrat (Bowen's disease of the glans penis). Extramammary Paget's Disease in the vulval area. Vulval carcinoma. Pseudoepitheliomatous, keratotic and micaceous balanitis. Nodular malignant melanoma of the glans penis. Miscellaneous conditions affecting the genitalia. Epidermoid cyst of the testis. Female circumcision. Fordyce papules. Hypospadias. Epispadias. Necrotising fasciitis. Paraphimosis. Phimosis. Pearly penile papules. Peyronie's Disease. Artificial penile nodules. Plasma cell balanitis. Priapism. Smegma. Urethral caruncle. Urethral diverticulum. Balanitis xerotica obliterans or lichen sclerosus. Vaginismus. Vestibulitis. Vulvodynia. Cervical polyp. Behcet's Disease. Vulvitis. Appendix: SHHAPT codes. Index.