Left, This photograph demonstrates meatitis and early balanitis. The lesion is erythematous, moistened by the urethral discharge, and, like the later stages, painless. Center, A discrete, moist, well-circumscribed lesion is seen on the glans. Such lesions often begin as small vesicles or pustules. Right, More advanced lesions are dry, scaly, and painless. In circumcised patients, the lesions on the glans may become crusted and hyperkeratotic, similar to those seen on the skin, or they may remain moist and weeping.