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Penile lumps and bumps, identification help
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counterso posted:
This article aims to assist diagnosis by outlining a series of common penile anatomical variants and comparing them to common pathological conditions.

The problems considered include pearly penile papules, penile sebaceous glands (Fordyce spots), Tyson glands, angiokeratomas of the scrotum, lymphocoele, penile warts, molluscum contagiosum, folliculitis and scabies.
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