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11/50. Prostatic urethral leukoplakia with prostatic abscess.

    We present a case of prostatic abscess and coexistent leukoplakia of the urethra in a 51-year-old man. He had been suffering from diabetes mellitus for 10 years and following cessation of high fewer, transurethral electrovaporesection was performed.
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12/50. Multiloculated prostate abscess: treatment with transrectal ultrasound guided transrectal needle aspiration and lavage with the saline and antibiotic.

    Prostatic abscess is a rare but nevertheless serious disease. It should be diagnosed at an early stage by the combination of clinical examination and transrectal ultrasound, and drained. We treated a 79-year-old case with multiple prostate abscesses (PAs) by using lavage of the saline and antibiotic (cefoxitin) after transrectal ultrasound-guided transrectal puncture and aspiration. We are presenting the transrectal ultrasound images of pre- and postmedication, where we achieved complete success and no relapse was seen in follow-up of 1 year.
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13/50. Prostatic abscess due to candida tropicalis in a nonacquired immunodeficiency syndrome patient.

    We report a case of prostatic abscess due to candida tropicalis in a nonacquired immunodeficiency syndrome patient with diabetes. The diagnosis and management are discussed, and the literature is reviewed.
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14/50. Emphysematous prostatic abscess due to klebsiella pneumoniae: report of a case and review of the literature.

    Emphysematous prostatic abscess is a very rare form of prostatitis. Emphysematous prostatic abscess due to klebsiella pneumoniae may have a poor prognosis according to a few previous reports. We report a rare case of successfully treated emphysematous prostatic abscess with cystitis due to klebsiella pneumoniae in a 50-yr-old man with 15-yr history of diabetes mellitus. The patient was referred to the emergency room of our hospital. The KUB film revealed gas shadows in the lower pelvic area suggestive of emphysematous cystitis or emphysematous prostatic abscess. The gas was mainly occupying the prostate and was also seen in the bladder on pelvic CT. The patient was successfully treated with long-term antibiotic use and additional percutaneous drainage of the abscess. Emphysematous prostatic abscess may be misdiagnosed as emphysematous cystitis due to the similar location of gas shadows on radiography. Computerized tomography and transrectal ultrasonography are helpful in making the diagnosis of emphysematous prostatic abscess. Appropriate use of effective antibiotics with drainage of pus is the best treatment. This case emphasizes the importance of timely and accurate diagnosis followed by appropriate treatment in emphysematous prostatic abscess in diabetic patients.
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15/50. Percutaneous drainage of prostatic abscess.

    The treatment results of 2 patients with prostatic abscess who underwent perineal percutaneous drainage under transrectal ultrasonographic guidance are described. Both patients were treated definitely and without complications. It is concluded that the use of transrectal ultrasound during the procedure increases the effectivity and safety of treatment.
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16/50. Cryptococcal prostatic abscess associated with the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome.

    A case of cryptococcal prostatic abscess in a 28-year old man with the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome is presented. This is a unique presentation of a cryptococcal prostatic infection and of a prostatic abscess. The diagnosis and management are discussed, and the literature is reviewed.
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17/50. prostate abscess presenting as priapism.

    Abscesses of the prostate are infrequently encountered now as a result of effective antibiotics. The clinical diagnosis remains difficult. Herein we report an unusual case of a prostate abscess presenting as priapism. The diagnosis and management of the case is discussed, and the literature is reviewed.
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18/50. Prostatic abscess drainage: clinical-sonography correlation.

    Three cases of prostatic abscess are presented, clinically diagnosed, and verified through transrectal sonography. The diagnostic methods and treatment performed are commented on.
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19/50. Prostatic abscess due to candida tropicalis.

    Fungal urinary tract infection represents a high-risk event in severely ill patients. We report a case of a prostatic abscess due to candida tropicalis with no systemic manifestations. In first time, a conservative treatment with antifungal treatment and transrectal ultrasound-guided drainage was performed without success. Transurethral resection was required for drainage with a favourable course.
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20/50. Brucella prostatic abscess: first case report.

    brucellosis is a multi-system disease that is endemic in many Mediterranean countries including lebanon. However, human Brucella prostatic abscess was not reported in the English medical literature. We here describe the case of a young man who presented with fever and urinary symptoms, and who subsequently proved to have culture confirmed Brucella prostatic abscess. The culture of drained pus grew brucella melitensis.
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