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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
acute infection of pinna 
Bacteremia +   
Bacterial Endocarditis +  
bacterial esophagitis 
Bacterial Eye Infections +   
bacterial gastritis 
Bacterial Lung Diseases +   
bacterial sepsis 
Bacterial Skin Diseases +   
bacterial vaginosis  
beach ear 
Central Nervous System Bacterial Infections +   
chylocele of tunica vaginalis 
commensal bacterial infectious disease +   
Congenital Bilateral Aplasia of Vas Deferens  
epididymis disease +   
Fibrous Sheath Dysplasia  
Fournier Gangrene 
An acute necrotic infection of the SCROTUM; PENIS; or PERINEUM. It is characterized by scrotum pain and redness with rapid progression to gangrene and sloughing of tissue. Fournier gangrene is usually secondary to perirectal or periurethral infections associated with local trauma, operative procedures, or urinary tract disease.
genital herpes  
Gram-Negative Bacterial Infections +   
Gram-Positive Bacterial Infections +   
hordeolum externum 
hydrocele +   
infertility +   
inhibited male orgasm 
Male Genital Neoplasms +   
male genital organ stricture 
male genital organ vascular disease 
male infertility +   
malignant otitis externa 
opportunistic bacterial infectious disease +   
penile disease +   
Penis Agenesis  
perichondritis of auricle +  
primary bacterial infectious disease +   
prostate disease +   
purulent labyrinthitis 
Reproductive Tract Infections 
sexual dysfunction +   
Sexually Transmitted Diseases +   
spermatic cord torsion  
Spirochaetales Infections +   
suppurative lymphadenitis 
testicular disease +   
Tuberculosis, Male Genital 
vesiculitis +  

Exact Synonyms: Fournier Disease ;   Fournier's Disease ;   Fournier's Gangrene ;   Fourniers Disease ;   Fourniers Gangrene
Primary IDs: MESH:D018934 ;   RDO:0007247
Definition Sources: MESH:D018934

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