A 45-year-old man consults a physician because of dysuria. The patient is treated with antibiotics, but symptoms recur one week after antibiotic therapy is stopped. A different antibiotic is tried, but symptoms again recur after cessation of the antibiotic. Rectal examination demonstrates an enlarged prostate with areas of tenderness and fluctuance. Which of the following is the most likely diagnosis?
- A. Benign prostatic hyperplasia
- B. Chronic nonbacterial prostatitis
- C. Prostadynia
- D. Prostatic abscess
- E. Prostatic carcinoma
A 74-year-old man is 1-day post-transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP) for benign prostatic hyperplasia. The nurse calls a doctor to review this gentleman as he is uncomfortable and in pain on the ward. There is nothing remarkable on general examination; however, on inspecting the catheter for potential blockage it is discovered that there is a tight constricting band just proximal to the glans penis, which is swollen and pale. What abnormality does this gentleman have?
- A. Phimosis
- B. Paraphimosis
- C. Epispadias
- D. Hypospadias
- E. Peyronie’s disease