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Moulage, Granuloma venerum (Penis), 17x17 cm

Object NameMoulage, Granuloma venerum (Penis), 17x17 cm
Individual Model/Group/SeriesSingle Model
Type of ModelModels of Creatures and Biological Systems
Last UpdateNovember 2010
Formal Description
Size (Width, Height, Depth)17 x 17 x ? cm
MaterialWood · Textile · Wax
Manufacture TechniqueHandcraft
Single/Multiple ManufactureIndividual Production
DismountableNon Dismountable
Description of the Content
Academic DisciplineDermatology · Human Medicine · Medicine · Urology
Intended UseTeaching Object · Presentation Object
Place of ProductionRostock
Producer/Distributor of
Technical Object
Reference Object
Reference ObjectHautkrankheit, Penis
Biological TaxaHuman
Body Part / OrganSexual Organ
Organic SystemExcretory System · Reproductive System
Classification according to ICD-10A00- B99 Certain infectious and parasitic diseases
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Reference Object
Description / Abstract
heutige Diagnose: Granuloma venerum

Bestimmte infektiöse und parasitäre Krankheiten (A00-B99)
Infektionen, die vorwiegend durch Geschlechtsverkehr übertragen werden (A50-A64)
Granuloma venereum (inguinale) (A58)
Inkl.: Donovanosis

"Granuloma inguinale is a bacterial disease characterized by ulcerative genital lesions that is endemic in many less developed regions. It is also known as donovanosis, granuloma genitoinguinale, granuloma inguinale tropicum, granuloma venereum, granuloma venereum genitoinguinale, lupoid form of groin ulceration, serpiginous ulceration of the groin, ulcerating granuloma of the pudendum and ulcerating sclerosing granuloma. The disease often goes untreated because of the scarcity of medical treatment in the countries in which it is found. In addition, the painless genital ulcers can be mistaken for syphilis. The ulcers ultimately progress to destruction of internal and external tissue, with extensive leakage of mucus and blood from the highly vascular lesions. The destructive nature of donovanosis also increases the risk of superinfection by other pathogenic microbes."
Reference Collections
Moulagensammlung der Rostocker Hautklinik, Universität Rostock · Details
CollectionMoulagensammlung der Rostocker Hautklinik, Universität Rostock
Restoration rsp.
Conservation Condition
Beschädigt: nein; Restauriert: 1987/88 von G. S.