Diagnostic Imaging of the Prostate
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acute bacterial or viral prostatitis (and prostatic abscess);
chronic bacterial prostatitis, usually secondary to an incompletely eradicated acute form;
chronic nonbacterial prostatitis, characterized by no history of urinary infection and constant sterility of the prostate secretions, which is puruloid due to the presence of macrophages;
prostatodynia, a condition similar to the chronic inflammatory form but with no history of urinary infections and normal prostatic secretions.
KeywordsGleason Score Peripheral Zone Digital Rectum Examination Neurovascular Bundle Chronic Prostatitis
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