Symptoms vary between STDs and can include sores or warts on the genital area, burning while urinating, unusual discharge from the penis or vagina, itching and redness in the genital area, and anal itching, soreness or bleeding. Rhabdomyoma should be considered in the clinicopathologic differential diagnosis of tumors in the male genital tract, and further documentation and follow-up of such cases will help better define the behavior and prognosis of these lesions. Inflorescence paniculate, bipinnate, 74-96 cm long (including the terminal branch), 60-75 cm in diameter, erect, rachis stout, red; primary bracts resembling the upper scape bracts but smaller, shorter than the sterile bases of the branches; branches 11 to 13 in number (including the terminal one), the lateral branches 30-36 cm long (basal ones) to 20-26 cm long (upper ones), suberect-spreading, densely flowered in early anthesis to subdensely to laxly flowered afterwards, 5 (upper ones)- to 11 (basal ones)-flowered, rachis geniculate, subterete to slightly angulose, 1-2 x 0. The first one is a copy of a portion of the herpes simplex virus against which the human immune system generates a response and the second one is a T-cell binding ligand, which stimulates and directs the immune response. Facial nerve hemangioma occurs at three sites; in decreasing order of frequency, they are the geniculate region, the distal internal auditory canal, and the mastoid segment at the departure of the chorda tympani nerve.