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D.A. has been diagnosed with BPH with lower urinary tract symptoms. BPH is an increase in the volume of the prostate; when there is an increase in bladder outlet resistance, it can cause lower urinary tract symptoms. The exam should include a comprehensive history, physical, and medical testing. There is a family history of BPH, which increases D.A.’s risk of having BPH. A Symptoms Index (AUA-SI) evaluates the severity of the lower urinary tract symptoms. The patient scored a 10, which is moderate. Other screenings and testing include IPSS, UA, DRE, and a PSA….Kindly click the purchase icon to purchase the full solution at $5