Neurological And Male Genitourinary Disorders

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Neurological & Male Genitourinary Disorders
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To gather more subjective information, you can ask the patient specific questions about
their symptoms. These questions may include the duration of symptoms such as the length of
time they have been experiencing increased frequency of urination, urgency, dysuria (painful
urination), and nocturia (frequent urination at night). Inquire about the pain description, asking
the patient to describe the type of burning sensation they feel when urinating, whether it is a
sharp pain or more of a discomfort. Ask about the color and odor of their urine and whether they
have experienced similar symptoms during a previous urinary tract infection (UTI). It is also
important to inquire about the impact of the symptoms on their daily activities or quality of life,
as well as any recent travel or exposure to potential sexually transmitted infections (STIs).
In terms of objective findings, you should inspect the urethral opening for signs of
inflammation, discharge, or lesions. Palpate the lower abdomen for tenderness or masses. Assess
the lymph nodes in the groin area …
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