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Question 1#Print Question

Phosphodiesterase 5 inhibitors cause:

a. Increased (nitric oxide) NO breakdown
b. Increased NO levels in penile endothelium
c. Increased disintegration of free oxygen radicals
d. Increase cGMP levels
e. Decreases cAMP levels


Question 2#Print Question

Regarding Balanitis xerotica obliterans (lichen sclerosus et atrophicus):

a. Extra genital involvement never occurs
b. Has possible auto-immune pathogenesis
c. 50% cases of penile cancer have BXO changes
d. It only effects older population
e. Is an autoimmune disorder


Question 3#Print Question

Regarding alprostadil pharmacotherapy in ED:

a. Prostaglandin E1 cause vasoconstriction of penile veins
b. Intracavernosal alprostadil injection is associated with penile pain in 40% cases
c. When priapism occurs conservative route is feasible for it resolves spontaneously in 50% cases
d. Alprostadil increases introcavernosal nitrous oxide concentration
e. Causes rise in cGMP levels


Question 4#Print Question

Which of the following is NOT a risk of intracavernosal injection of vasoactive agents?

a. Pain
b. Fibrosis
c. Priapism
d. Urinary retention
e. Haematoma


Question 5#Print Question

Which answer is CORRECT regarding ED and diabetes mellitus?

a. The incidence of ED is 30%–50%
b. The cause of ED is almost entirely vasculogenic
c. Failure to ejaculate is common in diabetics
d. Spontaneous nocturnal erections are preserved in most diabetics with ED
e. Somatic sensory neuropathy is the common cause of ED




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