How to Use:
Identify the images on the slide. Disease names, pathognomonic lesions, and other important info that may be asked in the projection part are on the next slide.
Best viewed as a slide show
Lecture ppt, manual’s CD, lab (gross and histo) peekchas
Abnormal urethral orifices involving the VENTRAL aspect of the penis
Abnormal urethral orifices involving the DORSAL aspect of the penis
Abnormally small orifice in the prepuce
Prepuce can’t be retracted
Flat lesions appear as areas of epithelial thickening accompanied by graying and fissuring of the mucosal surfacepapillary SCC
Caused by gonococcal infection
The epididymis is replaced by abcess (seen on the left side)
Can non-TB or TB-related
Escape/rupture of prostatic secretions granulomatous proliferation
Glandular hyperplasia, no nucleoli.
dilated acini, two cell layer, cuboidal columnar
Prostatic carcinoma with lots of nucleoli. Presence of nucleoli distinguishes this from BPH.
Within vertebral bodies
We would like to thank our lecturers for their ppts. Monique and Erica for their lab pictures
And most especially Abby, Armi, Daph, Den, Domar, FX, and Kenji for making this reviewer.
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