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Chapter 2 Urethritis in Males

Chapter 3 Epididymitis

Image 3-1. Epididymitis Image 1.
Epididymitis
Image 3-2. Epididymitis Image 2.
Epididymitis
image 3-3. Intracellular Gram-negative diplococci
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Intracellular Gram-negative diplococci in urethral Gram stain
Image 3-4. Urethral Gram stain
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Urethral Gram stain with 5 PMNs per high power field (nongonococcal urethritis)

Chapter 4 Proctitis, Enteritis & Proctocolitis

Image 4-1. Proctitis due to C. trachomatis
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Proctitis due to C. trachomatis
Image 4-2. Perianal chancres (syphilis)
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Perianal chancres (syphilis)
Image 4-3. Rectal HSV infection Image 3.
Rectal HSV infection w/ perianal ulcer
Image 4-4. Rectal Gram stain showing intracellular Gram negative diplococci
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Rectal Gram stain showing intracellular Gram negative diplococci

Chapter 6 Vaginitis

Image 6-1. Candida discharge
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Thick, white, curd-like discharge of candida
Image 6-2. Trichomonas discharge
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Thin, watery, cervical discharge of trichomonas infection
Image 6-3. Bacterial vaginosis Image 3.
Adherent, grayish discharge of bacterial vaginosis
Image 41. Yeast Image 4.
Yeast seen in 10% KOH set prep
Image 6-5. Trichomonas vaginalis
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T. vaginalis motile organisms seen in wet prep
Image 6-6. Vaginal saline prep with clue cells (above); normal (below)
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Vaginal saline prep with clue cells (above); normal (below)
   

Chapter 7 Cervicitis

Image 7-1. Normal cervix without ectopy
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Normal cervix without ectopy
Image 7-2. Normal cervix with ectopy
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Normal cervix with ectopy
Image 7-3: Nabothian Cyst
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Nabothian cyst
Image 7-4. Mucopurulent discharge
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Mucopurulent discharge from cervix on a swab (positive swab test)
Image 7-5. Mucopurulent cervicitis due to Chlamydia
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Mucopurulent cervicitis due to chlamydia showing ectopy, edema, and discharge
Image 7-6. Mucopurulent cervicitis
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Mucopurulent cervicitis
Image 7-7. Erosive cervicitis
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Erosive ecto and endo cervicitis due to HSV infection
Image 8. Disseminated gonococcal infection
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Disseminated gonococcal infection

Chapter 9 Genital Ulcers

Image 9-1. Granulating ulcer
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Granulating ulcer on right labia characteristic of HSV
Image 9-2. HSV infection
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Severe primary HSV infection with penile edema
Image 9-3. Syphilitic chancre Image 3.
Syphilitic chancre
Image 9-4. Recurrent HSV lesions
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Recurrent HSV lesions showing vesicles and ulcer.
Image 9-5. Chancroidal ulcer
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Chancroidal ulcer showing purulent appearing base
Image 9-6. Treponema pallidum<br />
Description:  Spirochetes seen with darkfield microscope
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Treponema pallidum spirochetes seen with darkfield microscope
Image 9-7. Mucous patches
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Mucous patches on tongue in secondary syphilis
Image 9-8. Secondary Syphilis
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Condyloma lata lesions of secondary syphilis
Image 9-9. Rash of secondary syphilis involving palms and feet
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Rash of secondary syphilis involving palms and feet
Image 9-10. Proctitis due to C. trachomatis
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Proctitis due to C. trachomatis
   

Chapter 10 Nonulcerative Genital Lesions

Image 10-1. Rectal Condyloma acuminata
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Rectal condyloma acuminatum (HPV infection)
Image 10-2. Condylomata accuminata (warts) Image 2.
Condyloma acuminatum (warts)
Image 10-3. Lesions of molluscum contagiosum
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Lesions of molluscum contagiosum
Image 10-4. Rash due to scabies infestation
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Rash due to scabies infestation
Image 10-5. Sarcoptes scabiei and Phthiris pubis, each in an oil prep slide
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Sarcoptes scabiei and Phthiris pubis, each in an oil prep slide