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In the adult, the conditions that can affect the areas of the genitals and the anus can be a delicate subject, such as those conditions that are the result of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). Herpes and syphilis can cause the skin to wear away and even cause open sores. In men, gonorrhea and chlamydia can cause a discharge from the penis and pain with urination. Genital warts and molluscum contagiosum are caused by a virus, and in these conditions lesions can from in any area around the penis and the anus. Pubic lice, sometimes known as "crabs", live in the pubic hair and cause itchy bites. It is important to note that not all conditions affecting the anus and genitals are sexually transmitted, however. Jock itch (tinea cruris) is a common rash caused by a fungus. Rashes from exposure to chemicals in these areas are also common. Please note that the pictures below are of an explicit nature before clicking the image fields.
The abscess on the shaft of the penis is red, swollen, and tender. The upper edge has a small area of broken skin…
This image displays the pink-brown, circular, slightly scaling patches of erythrasma found in moist skin-fold…
This image displays faint lines of small yellow-white bumps on an uncircumcised penis typical of Fordyce spots.
As displayed in this image, herpes outbreaks often consist of blisters closely spaced together, sometimes with…
Gonorrhea, Primary Infection
Gonorrhea in a male is typically displayed as a discharge from the penis, while redness and an ulceration on the…
The thigh and the skin fold in the groin are typical locations for the cysts of hidradenitis suppurativa.
Intertrigo, inflammation of the body crease areas due to moisture and friction, is common in the groin region.
This image displays red-to-purple raised lesions typical of lichen planus on the penis.
Lichen Simplex Chronicus
In lichen simplex chronicus, the skin lines or markings are more pronounced than in normal skin.
When seen in the genital region of an adult, molluscum transmission is usually due to intimate contact.
This image displays the scaly redness of the skin typical of psoriasis.
This image displays skin lesions typical of scabies.
This image displays the waxy and stuck-on appearing, elevated lesion typical of a seborrheic keratosis.
Areas of lighter skin are caused by vitiligo.