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4,926 Possible Causes for Artefact - Patient Movement, Rectal Examination Abnormal, Urinary Tract Infection

  • Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia

    Chronic urologic conditions, including benign prostatic hyperplasia, recurrent urinary tract infections, and urinary incontinence, are common in older adults.[] If the initial evaluation shows the presence of LUTS associated with one or more of the digital rectal examination (DRE) findings suspicious of prostate cancer, hematuria,[] Abstract Purpose: Large post-void residual urinary volume may be related to the development of urinary tract infection.[]

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  • Chronic Prostatitis

    Infection An acute episode of prostatitis and recurrent episodes of chronic prostatitis can be caused by organisms that are commonly responsible for Urinary Tract Infections[] Digital rectal examination and prostate-specific antigen abnormalities at the time of prostate biopsy and biopsy outcomes, 1980 to 1997.[] To exclude prostate cancer, PSA testing, after counselling, should be considered in cases of abnormal prostate on rectal examination, patient concern about cancer, or symptoms[]

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  • Pelvic Inflammatory Disease

    If you’ve never had cystitis before, see the doctor to rule out PID or other urinary tract infections before taking any medication.[] Other conditions, such as a urinary tract infection, can feel like pelvic inflammatory disease. However, your doctor can test for PID and rule out other conditions.[] tract infection (UTI).[]

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  • Acute Prostatitis

    None of the six patients with urinary tract infection showed ILL uptake in the prostate region.[] […] digital rectal examination, prostatic ultrasound, post-void residual urine measurement and uroflow measurement [ 18 ].[] Acute prostatitis, defined as an infection of the prostate, is one of the types of urinary tract infections in males.[]

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  • Adenocarcinoma of the Prostate

    A 62-year-old man presented with a 4-month history of persistent microscopic hematuria following a urinary tract infection.[] The digital rectal examination is usually abnormal and often suspicious for malignancy. Most patients have an elevated serum PSA level.[] Causative agents include bacterial organisms similar to those causing urinary tract infections, as well as Neisseria gonorrheae.[]

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  • Endometriosis

    This reduces imaging time, movement artefacts, is more comfortable for the patient and is easier for workflow coordination.[] Urinary tract infection.[] Rectal examination shows no abnormalities. Insertion of a urinary catheter yields 30 mL of grossly bloody fluid.[]

  • Prostatic Abscess

    We initially diagnosed catheter-associated urinary tract infection.[] Rectal examination may disclose prostate tenderness and fluctuance, but prostate enlargement is often the only abnormality, and sometimes the gland feels normal.[] […] digital rectal examination [ 6 ].[]

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  • Seminal Vesicle Calculus

    There was no history of hematuria, hemospermia, urinary tract infection, pyuria, and graveluria. The digital rectal examination was unremarkable.[] The latter can result in an abnormal rectal examination or increased serum PSA levels ( 27, 28 ).[] An abnormal digital rectal examination in the subfertile man also needs to be examined by TRUS.[]

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  • Prostatic Calculus

    Prostatic calculi manifest with lower urinary tract symptoms, which include dysuria, rarely hematuria, pelvic pain, obstruction and infection.[] examination findings, hematuria, abnormal PSA findings, recurrent infection, distended bladder, or neurologic disease) should prompt a referral to urology before treatment[] Biopsy and histologic evaluation Although histologic confirmation of BPH is not necessary prior to TURP, patients with an elevated PSA level and/or abnormal digital rectal[]

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  • Prostate Injury

    COULD BE FROM THE CATHETER: “burning in the urethra could be as a result of the catheter or having urinary tract infection. the best thing is first to check the urine and[] Tests may include: a digital rectal examination (DRE), in which a doctor will manually check for any abnormalities of the prostate with their finger a biomarker test checking[] Urinary Tract Infections UTI is the most frequent complication in patients performing intermittent catheterization.[]

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