Causes of Dysuria in men

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Causes of Dysuria in men by Mind Map: Causes of Dysuria in men

1. Infection

1.1. Pyelonephritis

1.1.1. caused by Coliform organisms (E.Coli)

1.1.1.1. ALL Treated with Quinolones;

1.1.1.2. Doxicyclines

1.1.1.3. Trimethoprim-Sulfamethoxazole

1.2. Prostatitis

1.3. Epididymo-orchitis

1.4. Cystitis

1.5. Urethritis

1.5.1. Caused by Neiserria Gonorrhoea, Chlamydia Trachomatis

1.5.1.1. treated with Ceftriaxone & Doxicycline;

1.5.1.2. Macrolides

1.5.1.3. Quinolones

1.6. Meatitis & Urethritis

1.6.1. caused by Herpes Simplex II virus

1.6.1.1. treated by Aciclovir, Famciclovir etc

2. Spondyloarthropathy

2.1. Behcet's syndrome

2.2. Reiter's syndrome

2.2.1. Treated with DMARDs

2.3. Toxicity/drug side effects

2.3.1. Dopamine, cantharidin & others

3. Obstruction

3.1. Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia

3.1.1. Assoc. with age & High Androgens

3.1.1.1. Alpha blockers

3.1.1.2. Finasteride

3.1.1.3. Surgery

3.1.1.3.1. TURP

3.2. Urethral Stricture

3.2.1. Assoc. with previous surgery

3.2.1.1. Surgery

3.3. Phimosis

3.3.1. Surgery

4. Stones/Calculi

4.1. Assoc. with metabolic disorders

4.2. & infection

4.3. Treated via:

4.3.1. Hydration

4.3.2. Pain Management

4.3.3. Antibiotics

4.3.4. Correction of metabolic derangement

4.3.5. Lithotripsy

4.3.6. ESWL

5. Malignancy

5.1. Renal cell tumour

5.1.1. Treated with surgery;

5.1.2. chemo

5.2. Bladder cancer

5.2.1. Assoc. with

5.2.1.1. smoking

5.2.1.2. aniline dye exposure

5.2.1.3. Benzidine