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Urology Quiz

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Urology quiz

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1 / 13

What area does prostate cancer spread to most frequently?

2 / 13

How does testicular torsion typically present?

3 / 13

What are the risk factors for developing germ cell tumours?

4 / 13

What type of testicular tumour fits this description?

A homogenous and painless mass with the absence of haemorrhage. On histology, findings include large cells in lobules with clear cytoplasm β€˜fried egg appearance’.

5 / 13

What is the causative agent of condyloma acuminatum?

6 / 13

What tumour is characterised by findings of β€˜Schiller Duval bodies’ on histology and raised levels of AFP on blood tests?

7 / 13

What is priapism?

8 / 13

Are testicular tumours usually biopsied?

9 / 13

What is the best description for the area of the prostate that the carcinoma usually affects?

10 / 13

Do varicoceles typically appear on the right side or the left side?

11 / 13

What is hypospadias?

12 / 13

What is the most common congenital male reproductive disorder?

13 / 13

What is the grading system for prostatic cancer?

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