Male genitalia part I: infections

Watkins, Jean
November 2010
Practice Nursing;Nov2010, Vol. 21 Issue 11, p578
Academic Journal
The article discusses infections of the male genitalia. It highlights the symptoms of fungal, viral and bacterial infections of the male genitalia, specific investigations that may be warranted for them and a brief outline as to their management. It also notes that the differential diagnosis of male genital infections should be considered carefully so that appropriate management can be decided.


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