balanitis circinata

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balanitis circinata

A clearly defined, painless red lesion on the skin of the glans penis. It often accompanies polyarthritis and conjunctivitis as part of a triad sometimes seen in Reiter syndrome. See: Reiter syndrome
See also: balanitis
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Plaques resembling seborrheic dermatitis and psoriasis may present in the groin and axillae, and a circinate balanitis may develop.