This atlas provides a practical guide applicable to the diagnosis and management of skin diseases affecting the male genital area. Chapters feature concise descriptions and advice on potential management strategies and cover sexually transmissible infections, candidal balano-posthitis, rare male genital malignancies, and pigmentary disorders. Every description is accompanied by a broad range of images of a particular disease or disorder, enabling the reader to develop a deeper understanding of both diagnostic and management aspects of skin diseases affecting male genitalia.
Atlas of Male Genital Dermatology enables readers to quickly and successfully identify a variety of dermatological disorders that can affect the male genitalia. It provides instruction on how to effectively manage these conditions and is a valuable resource for any physician who encounters these conditions in daily practice.
Dr. Hall is presently director and dermatologist at Baycity Dermatology, Geelong West, Australia, dermatologist to the Male Genital Dermatology Clinic at Skin and Cancer Foundation (Inc), Carlton and dermatologist to Barwon Health, Geelong, Australia. He is a Fellow of the Australasian College of Dermatologists. Dr. Hall's special areas of interest include genital dermatology and medical teaching. Presently Dr. Hall is an Associate Professor in the School of Medicine, Deakin University, Australia.
Introduction.- Diagnosis.- Examination.- Common anatomical variants.- Genital biopsy technique.- Phimosis.- Inflammatory dermatoses.- Psoriasis.- Dermatitis (eczema).- Dermatoses with a predilection for male genitalia.- Infections.- Candidal balano-posthitis.- Tinea cruris.- Erythrasma.- Scabies.- Sexually transmissible infections ("STDs").- Genital warts (condyloma accuminata).- Human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccine.- Other sexually transmissible diseases ("STDs").- Neoplasia.- Junctional melanocytic nevus.- Seborrhoeic keratoses.- Scrotal epidermoid cysts.- B. Penile intra-epithelial neoplasia (PIN).- Pseudo-epitheliomatous micaceous and keratotic balanitis (PEMKB).- Cancer penis.- Rarer male genital malignancies.- Pigmentary disorders.- Genital dysaesthesia.- Superficial dorsal penile vein thrombosis ("thrombophlebitis").- Chronic lymphodema penis.