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Category: Urology--->Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) and Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms (LUTS)
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Question 6#Print Question

The following investigations are not routinely recommended for the specialist assessment of bothersome LUTS by NICE (CG97).

A. Flow rate
B. Post-void residual
C. Symptom score
D. Frequency volume chart
E. Ultrasound of renal tract


Question 7#Print Question

With reference to the MTOPS trial, which of the following is TRUE?

A. Single centre randomised double blinded controlled trial
B. Had the following four arms: placebo, tamsulosin, finasteride and combination
C. Defined an IPSS score increase in 4 or more as a secondary outcome
D. Defined stress incontinence as a primary outcome
E. Revealed a relative risk reduction in acute urinary retention of 81% in the combination arm compared with placebo


Question 8#Print Question

With reference to the PLESS trial, which of the following is NOT TRUE?

A. Inclusion criteria included moderate-tosevere LUTS
B. 57% relative risk reduction in AUR with finasteride compared to placebo
C. Number needed to treat to prevent 1 episode of retention was 25
D. Incidence of high-grade malignancy was higher in the finasteride arm
E. Acute retention developed in 3% of men on finasteride over 4 years


Question 9#Print Question

Which of the following are important predictors for clinical progression of BPH?

A. Age > 75
B. PSA > 1.3 ng/mL
C. Qmax < 12
D. Prostate volume > 40 g
E. Chronic inflammation of the prostate


Question 10#Print Question

Anticholinergics are contraindicated in the following, EXCEPT:

A. Post-void residual > 150 mL
B. Patients with open angle glaucoma
C. Toxic megacolon
D. Patients with untreated narrow-angle glaucoma
E. Patients with surgically treated closed-angle glaucoma




Category: Urology--->Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) and Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms (LUTS)
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