MCQ 3rd week of June, 2015 

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  1. Where does benign prostatic hyperplasia originate?
a.     in the peripheral zone and in the transition zone.
b.    in the periuretheral glands.
c.     in the peripheral zone.
d.    in the transition zone.
e.     in the transition zone and the periuretheral glands.

 

  1. Which of the following statements regarding suprapubic prostatectomy
    are true?
a.     retrograde ejaculation occurs in 80-90% of patients.
b.    allows easy management of a large median lobe and concomitant bladder diverticulum or calculi.
c.     allows removal of the prostatic adenoma under direct vision.
d.    performed in the space of Retzius.
e.     All of the above..

 

  1. The prostatic adenoma in BPH is primarily supplied by which artery?

 

a.     Pudendal.
b.    External iliac.
c.     Hemorrhoidal.
d.    Superior vesical.
e.     Inferior vesical.

 

  1. A 67-year-old man with moderate systems of prostatism notices worsening of his symptoms while taking an over the counter cold preparation.  The most likely explanation is :

 

a.     Stimulation of serotonin release.
b.    Blockade of histamine receptors
c.     Blockade of cholinergic receptors
d.    Blockade of beta-adrenergic receptors.
e.     Stimulation of alpha-adrenergic receptors.

 

  1. A 62-year-old man develops an erectile dysfunction one month after being placed on finasteride for treatment of BPH.  Prior to the therapy, his AUA symptom score was 8, and his prostate was estimated to be 60g in size.  The most appropriate management is to:
a.     continue finasteride and check serem testosterone
b.    stop finasteride and perform video urodynamic testing.
c.     stop finasteride and start an alpha blocker.
d.    stop finasteride and perform video urodynamic testing
e.     stop finasteride.
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  1. samir

    1-E
    2-B
    3-E
    4-E
    5-C

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