Jeffrey P. Wolters, Author at Psychiatry Advisor

Jeffrey P. Wolters

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Epididymitis

I. What every physician needs to know. Epididymitis should be on every astute physician’s short list of differential diagnoses when confronted with the acute scrotum. Epididymitis is classically defined as inflammation, pain and swelling of the epididymis. It can occur secondary to an infectious or noninfectious etiology in the acute or chronic setting. The condition…

Scrotal/testicular nodules or masses

I. What every physician needs to know. Scrotal/testicular nodules and masses are a common complaint of male patients, and every physician should have basic knowledge of the possible etiologies and the appropriate initial steps in their management. There is a relatively limited list of common causes for scrotal/testicular nodules and masses, and even fewer causes…

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