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THE CASE

THE CASE

THE CASE: The parents of a 3-year-old boy bring him to your office after he
complains of genital pain. The child is otherwise healthy; there is no known
history of trauma or difficult urination. The child has a low-grade fever and is
in mild discomfort.

Which of the following most accurately describes the child's condition?

How would you rule out the other possible diagnoses?

  • Paraphimosis.
  • Allergic reaction.
  • Penile cellulitis.
  • Balanoposthitis.
  • Phimosis.

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