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guide to the Treatment of Male Genital Trauma-Male Genital Trauma

guide to the Treatment of Male Genital Trauma-Male Genital Trauma
Male genital trauma medical compass to male genital trauma patients to the hospital often appear to answer questions, such as: male genital trauma hanging what department number? Matters needing attention before examination of male genital trauma? What do doctors usually ask? What examination should male genital trauma do? What do you think of the results of male genital trauma examination? Wait. The purpose of the guide is to facilitate the patients with male genital trauma to seek medical treatment and solve the doubts of patients with male genital trauma.
Typical symptom
Dysuria, genital trauma
Suggested visiting department
Reproductive Health, Trauma Section
Best visit time
No special, see a doctor as soon as possible
Duration of visit
One day is reserved for the first visit, and half a day is reserved for the second visit
Frequency of follow-up visit/diagnosis and treatment cycle
Outpatient treatment: Weekly follow-up to genital trauma recovery, discomfort follow-up.
Preparation before seeing a doctor
No special requirements, pay attention to rest.
Common consultation contents
1. Describe the reason for seeing a doctor (when did you start and what's wrong?)
2. Is the feeling of discomfort caused by obvious factors?
3. Are there any accompanying symptoms such as hematuria and shock?
4. Have you been to the hospital, have you done those examinations, and what are the examination results?
5. How is the treatment?
6. Is there any history of drug allergy?
Key inspection items
STEP 1 Penis Examination
Penile injury can often be diagnosed correctly according to trauma history and local manifestations, and usually no special examination is needed. Cavernography can reflect the location and degree of cavernous injury. Ultrasonography features abnormal thickness and continuity of penis tissues, hypoechoic hematoma can be found locally, and abnormal blood flow signal distribution can be seen by CDI observation.
2. Ultrasound examination of penis
The scrotum is outside the body surface, and the location and degree of injury are easy to diagnose. Ultrasound examination is helpful to correctly judge scrotal hematoma and determine whether testis is injured; It is helpful to determine the indications of surgical exploration, such as testicular rupture and foreign body retention.
3. Testicular examination
Through the medical history, Physical examination and diagnosis of testicular injury alone are not difficult. However, testicular injury is often complicated with scrotal hematoma and scrotal injury, which must be diagnosed by auxiliary examination such as ultrasound or even CT. However, the latter can cause spermatogenic function damage because of radiation examination, so it should be avoided as much as possible. Sometimes, when it is difficult to distinguish testicular hematoma from testicular tumor in advanced stage (after 3 months), CT thin-layer scanning can be used for diagnosis.
Diagnostic criteria
The diagnosis of this disease is not difficult, and there is a history of trauma. When scrotal trauma occurs, it is necessary to judge whether there is testicular injury through auxiliary examination, which is different from simple scrotal trauma.


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