MCQ of January 2016


  1. In a male patient with a dense recurrent, posttraumatic 3 cm proximal bulbar stricture after a failed non transecting anastomotic urethroplasty, the treatment should be:
a. Substitution urethroplasty.
b. direct vision internal urethrotomy.
c. Anastamotic urethroplasty.
d. permanent suprapubic cystostomy.
e. a and c.


  1. Nephrocalcinosis is commonly associated with all of the following condition except:
a. primary hyperparathyroidism.
b. idiopathic calcium oxalate stone formers.
c. idiopathic calcium phosphate stone formers.
d.distal (type I) renal tubular acidosis.
e. Medullary sponge kidney disease.


  1.    In the Health Professionals Follow up Study, a large ongoing cohort of male health professionals in the United States, the following major lifestyle facter was associated with an increased risk of chronic prostatitis/chronic pelvic pain syndrome:
a. baseline body mass index.
b. waist circumference.
c. cigarette smoking.
d. hypertension.
e. no association were observed.


  1. In a patient with chronic scrotal content pain, microsurgical spermatic cord denervation would be a good option in the following scenario:
a. patient with no response to a spermatic cord block test with levobupivacaine.
b. patient with concomitant symptomatic ipsilateral inguinal hernia.
c. patient with idiopathic chronic scrotal content pain with positive response to a spermatic cord block test with levobupivacaine.
d. patient with concomitant ipsilateral grade III varicocele.
e. b and d.


  1. Postoperative pain management after Radical cystectomy, Compared with patient treated with a traditional recovery protocol for blader cancer, patients in the enhanced recovery after surgery protocol group received postoperative narcotics:
a. 2 times more per day.
b. 4 times more per day.
c. 2 times less per day.
d. 4 times less per day.
e. the same in both groups.


journal of Urology  , volume 194, Number 5 , November 2015



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One response to “MCQ of January 2016

  1. samir

    1 – e
    2- c
    3- c
    4- c
    5- e


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