A 1-year-old male infant is found to have only one palpable testis in the scrotum. A round mass can be palpated in the inguinal canal. This condition is referred to as?
On examination by the pediatrician, a 7-year-old boy is found to have only one palpable testis in the scrotum. Further examination reveals a palpable mass in the left inguinal region. The inguinal mass should be surgically removed to prevent which of the following?
Which testicular germ cell tumor component is classically associated with hemorrhage?
A 35-year-old male presents to his primary care physician with a complaint of infertility. His medical history is significant for recurrent respiratory infections since he was a child. Semen analysis is ordered, and results reveal significantly reduced sperm motility due to a tail defect. To confirm the suspected diagnosis, the physician orders a chest radiograph, […]
A 68-year-old man presents to his primary care physician for an annual examination. He reports new-onset lower back pain. He also endorses unintentional weight loss and night sweats. His family history is remarkable for prostate cancer in his father. He has tenderness upon palpation in his lumbar spine. Digital rectal examination is notable for an […]
A 65-year-old man comes to the physician for a routine health maintenance examination. On physical examination, there are no remarkable findings except for mild lower back pain. Laboratory findings include a prostate-specific antigen (PSA) level of 14.1 ng/mL. Prostate biopsies are performed, and the high-power microscopic appearance of a biopsy specimen shows the presence of […]
Which of the following is the likely pathogenesis of an abnormal urethral opening is found on the ventral aspect of the penis in a newborn male?
A 64-year-old man presents to the urologist complaining of dysuria with increased frequency and urgency of urination for the past 2 days. He has sometimes experienced mild lower back pain. The patient is not sexually active. On physical examination, the temperature is 101.3 °F, and blood pressure is 135/90 mmHg. There is no costovertebral angle […]
A 20-year-old male presents to the emergency room as he developed sudden intense scrotal pain. The pain had started 2 hours ago while playing basketball. The pain has been constant without relieving factors. The patient states that he tried to rest and ice without improvement. There is no history of penile discharge, dysuria or abdominal […]