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3. A 32-year-old man comes to his physician complaining of frequency, dysuria, and urgency for several days, as well as pain in the perineal region. The digital rectal examination is extremely painful. He most likely has

A. A primary chancre of syphilis in his genital organs
B. A bladder infection
C. Pyelonephritis
D. Kidney stones
E. Acute prostatitis
I think E
7. A 69-year-old man presents to the clinician complaining of unilateral flank pain and hematuria for several weeks. He does not have a fever. The physician can palpate a mass in the patient’s right flank. The best way to diagnose this patient’s condition is:

A. Cystoscopy
B. Intravenous pyelogram
C. Cytologic examination of urine
D. CT scan
E. Digital rectal exam
I think E

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