The Primary Perspective: Bridging Gaps in Male Urologic and Cardiovascular Health

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1 Approximately what percentage of your patients presenting with BPH/LUTS do you screen for hypogonadism?
 0% to 25%
 26% to 50%
 51% to 75%
 76% to 100%
2 In the United States, ______ PDE5 inhibitors are indicated for the treatment of ED and ______ is/are indicated for the treatment of BPH/LUTS.
 3; 1
 3; 2
 4, 1
 4, 2
3 Although preliminary results of recent studies suggest that normalizing testosterone levels in older men may positively affect IPSS and there is a lack of evidence supporting a causal relationship between exogenous testosterone and prostate cancer, the prescribing information for every testosterone therapy reinforces the need to ______.
 Monitor patients with BPH for worsening of signs and symptoms of BPH
 Evaluate patients for prostate cancer before initiating testosterone therapy and monitor during testosterone therapy
 Evaluate patients for symptoms of sexual dysfunction, including ejaculatory dysfunction and ED
 A and B
4 In the Shores 2012 observational cohort study following hypogonadal men who received testosterone therapy and those who remained untreated, the mortality rates were ______.
 Lower in the treated group (10.3% versus 20.7%, untreated)
 Higher in the treated group (20.7% versus 10.3%, untreated)
 None of the above
5 Normalizing serum androgen levels with testosterone therapy appears to ______ prostate-tissue androgen levels and androgen-dependent cellular functions.
 Significantly increase
 Significantly decrease
 Have no effect on
 Have little effect on
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