Exploration of this acutely swollen testis in a 13-year old found it to be engorged and hemorrhagic. Torsion of the testis is caused by faulty fixation of the testis to the scrotum—the result of a redundant tunica vaginalis—and is a surgical emergency. The testis is untwisted and fixed to the scrotum. A contralateral orchiopexy is also typically performed.
Phimosis, paraphimosis, hypospadias, and congenital hemagioma are just a few of the congenital anomalies that affect the genitals of newborns and young children.
Acrodermatitis enteropathica and Langerhans cell histocytosis are recalcitrant forms of diaper dermatitis( DD); other variants are: candidal DD, irritant or contact DD, Jacquet’s disease, and psoriasis.