male self exam and cancer prevention

Male self exam and - Male Self Exam Gender-Related Prevention and Health Promotion Killinger Gender Testicular Cancer Most common cancer in young

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Male Self Exam; Gender-Related Prevention and Health Promotion Killinger Gender
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Testicular Cancer Most common cancer in young males 5 X more common in Caucasians Increased incidence w/ cryptorchidism (or elevated testicular temp over time) Aggressive, rapidly spreading cancer (if not detected early)
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Who Should Do Monthly Testicular Self Exam and Why? Testicular CA is the most common CA in young men So, every adult male should do self exam (to detect testicular tumors/diseases of the genitalia) Even more important for males who are sexually active and who have had more than one partner, or whose partner has had more than one partners (to detect STDs)
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Steps of the Male Self Exam Examine head of penis- look for any lesions, discoloration, warts or lumps Examine urethral meatus-should be pink, glistening, slit like, and free of discharge Strip the urethra-look for discharge Inspect entire penis, and pubic hair area Palpate scrotum/testes-feel for lumps front and back
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This note was uploaded on 01/03/2012 for the course DIAG 717 taught by Professor Killinger during the Summer '09 term at Palmer Chiropractic.

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Male self exam and - Male Self Exam Gender-Related Prevention and Health Promotion Killinger Gender Testicular Cancer Most common cancer in young

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