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23 y/o male, commercial sex worker comes to your office complaining of mild fever, malaise and fatigue. He says he has a burning sensation on his glance penis. Bp 115/72 mmHg, Temp 99F, pulse 93. On physical examination ,no murmur, no shortness of breath but small lesion appears on tip of his penis shown here:

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A) Condyloma lata
B) Condyloma acuminata
C) Lymphoma venereum
D) Herpes simplex
E) Chlamydia trachomatis
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condyloma lata is painless
condyloma acuminata is veneral warts


it's an ulcerative lesion I say D, it's definitely D
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I think it's Herpes Simplex .
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Herpes simplex
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ans is D) Herpes simplex
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yes, answer is E, thanks
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Chlamydia would be associated with a typical white discharge ?
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D is the answer
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Its D Herpes Simplex
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