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Workup for STIs is negative—how do you explain this penile lesion?

Workup for STIs is negative—how do you explain this penile lesion?

Case:

A 24-year-old man seeks evaluation of a rash on his penis; it is associated with mild burning on urination. Workup for gonococcal and chlamydial infection is negative. He is otherwise healthy.

What is the most likely cause of the rash?

A. Candida balanitis.
B. Herpes simplex.
C. Lichen planus.
D. Zoon balanitis.
E. Bowenoid papulosis.

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