Category: Andrology


An 18-year-old male college student is seen in the student health clinic for urinary frequency, dysuria, and urethral discharge. Which of the following is likely to explain his condition?

  1. Herpes simplex
  2. Escherichia coli urinary tract infection
  3. Chlamydial urethritis
  4. Syphilis
  5. HIV infection

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A chubby 6-month-old boy is noted by his father to have a “small” penis. He has been growing well and appears to be healthy otherwise. Which of the following is the most appropriate first step in management of this child?

  1.  Surgical consultation
  2.  Evaluation after retracting the skin and fat lateral to the penile shaft
  3.  Ultrasound for uterus and ovaries
  4.  Weight loss
  5.  Serum testosterone levels

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