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A 56-year-old man with a palpable hard nodule ...
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nutmeg_liver  Is penile urethra damage not a risk factor when doing the TURP procedure? I guess this difference in likelihood should just be memorized... +6  
nutmeg_liver  Sorry, looks like the TURP procedure is more for BPH, not necessarily an adenocarcinoma! +2  
i_hate_it_here  I guess that makes sense cuz the prostatic plexus is more peripherally located which is the case for prostatic adenocarcinoma, while BPH is centrally locating impeding on the penile urethra. +6