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Prostatic enlargement associated with symptomatic and asymptomatic gonorrhoea in adolescent men: An argument for routine rectal examination.
  1. R L Johnson

    Abstract

    Ten adolescent men presented with prostatic enlargement and positive anterior urethral cultures for gonococci. Six of them had urethritis, but four were asymptomatic; the prostate is therefore implicated as a reservoir for the asymptomatic carrier and it is strongly recommended that the rectum should be included in the routine physical examination of sexually active adolescent men.

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