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The possible causes for the symptoms described in this case are urethral stricture, prostatic enlargement and partial outflow obstruction of urinary bladder.
According to Huether and McCance (746), diagnosis in such a case is based on good clinical history, thorough examination and laboratory investigations. Uroflowmetry and multi-channel urodynamic testing is used to assess the urinary tract for obstruction. Digital Rectal Examination (DRE) should be done along with laboratory levels of Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA). For specific testing, Ultrasound Prostate with post-voidal Continue reading...