Parasitic Infections of the Genito-urinary Tract

  • R. Campbell Begg
Part of the Encyclopedia of Urology book series (HDBUROL, volume 9 / 2)


The practice of urology demands sufficient biological knowledge, not only to identify parasites, but also to confound the malingerer who brings allegedly passed beetles and the like; or the masturbator, simulating surprise when garden worms, snails or even small snakes are extracted from his bladder (Dakin 1948) Reassurance may be necessary for the horrified patient who has seen a previously unnoticed moth floating in the chamber or even the doctor’s conical test-glass! The exposed genitals of primitive peoples or restless infants invite the attention of biting and stinging insects, and ants and larvae may crawl into the preputial sac. In the common absence of any history, the intense oedema, at times causing retention, or the raw or indurated lesions may well lead to diagnostic errors. The true parasites comprise vegetable and animal types. The bacteria and viruses, dealt with elsewhere, make up the greater part of the former leaving only the actinomycetes and moulds to be dealt with here.


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