The answer of the second week of October

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  1. Ejaculatory duct obstruction, Prostatitis, BPH, and chronic pelvic pain syndrome.
  2. While cardiac complications are possible. It’s more likely that there has been an intraperitoneal bladder perforation or rupture.
  3. Recurrent renal colic caused by intermittent kinking or twisting of ureter which associated with nephroptosis.
  4. They are small 1-3 mm painless fleshy bumps commonly found on the shaft of penis. They are ectopic sebaceous gland. The treatment is not necessary. But it may be treated by CO2 laser (removed).
  5. They are same as Fordyce’s spots, except that they are located on the glans penis.
  6. It’s a paraneoplastic liver disorder associated with renal cell carcinoma.
  7. Squamous cell carcinoma.
  8. UVJ.
  9. Lymphoma.

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