Your-Doctor Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ)

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Question 1#Print Question

Which of the following is INCORRECT concerning the anatomy of the penis?

a. The paired corpora spongiosum functions as one compartment due to vascular interconnections
b. Priapism is defined as a persistent erection of more than 4 hours' duration
c. The corpora cavernosum are enclosed by the tunica albuginea
d. The corpora cavernosum and spongiosum are surrounded by Bucks fascia


Question 2#Print Question

Which of the following is true about bladder cancer?

a. For patients with bladder cancer invading into the bladder muscle (T2 lesion) immediate radiotherapy followed by surgery offers the best chance of cure
b. Patients with limited lymph node involvement may be cured by surgery alone
c. Continent neobladders have yet to be successfully utilized in patients undergoing cystectomy
d. Intravesical chemotherapy prior to surgery is routinely used for bladder cancers invading into the bladder muscle (T2 lesion)


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Which of the following is true concerning testicular cancer?

a. Most common malignancy in men between 15 and 35 years
b. Most commonly presents as a painful enlarging mass
c. Initial workup includes chest, abdominal, and brain imaging
d. Most common site of metastases is to the lungs


Question 4#Print Question

Which of the following statements about kidney cancer is FALSE?

a. Lesions are usually solid but can be cystic
b. May be sporadic or hereditary
c. Surgical debulking can improve survival in patients who present with metastatic disease
d. Patients are not curable (and therefore should not be operated on) if tumor thrombus extends proximally into the vena cava


Question 5#Print Question

Which of the following is FALSE concerning carcinoma of the prostate?

a. Annual digital rectal examination and serum prostatespecific antigen (PSA) determinations are recommended beginning at age 55
b. Lung metastasis is less common than bone metastasis
c. Radical prostatectomy is associated with a 5% incidence of permanent urinary incontinence
d. Once prostate cancer has spread, it is no longer curable but can be contained by lowering serum testosterone and/ or by administration of androgen receptor blockers




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