3-1 - U ROLOGY DISCHARGE SUMMARY ADM ISSION DIAGNOSIS:...

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UROLOGY DISCHARGE SUMMARY ADMISSION DIAGNOSIS: Adenocarcinoma of the prostate. DISCHARGE DIAGNOSES: 1. Adenocarcinoma of the prostate. 2. Blood loss anemia. PROCEDURE: Nerve- sparing radical retropubic prostatectomy, bilateral pelvic lymph node dissection. NARRATIVE SUMMARY: The patient is a 60-year-old male, note the above mentioned procedure. Postoperative course was uneventful. Diet was tolerated, Jackson-Pratt drain removed prior to discharge. He was taught care of his Foley catheter and ambulating afebrile. The patient was demonstrated postoperatively to have blood loss anemia, however, he was asymptomatic. He will be discharged home today with a Foley catheter leg bag. He was given information regarding catheter care. He was instructed to follow up with Dr._____ in 2 weeks. Prescriptions for Vicodin 1 to 2 p.o. q.4 to 6 hours p.r.n. for pain and Levaquin 500 mg p.o. daily for UTI prophylaxis.
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ATYPICAL URETHRITIS December 10, 2008 Prior to seeing her she seen me for hematuria as well as evidence of atypical urethritis. She reports that more recently she has had discomfort on the labia majora, but without any gross hematuria, She states that she did have some hematuria that was treated with antibiotics by Dr._____. She is unsure what organism grew from the culture. She is otherwise well without any complaints. REVIEW OF SYSTEMS: Is documented on the chart. PHYSICAL EXAMINATION : Her bladder is not palpable or _______, She has evidence of condyloma at the right labia majora, approximately 4 of these. She has no vaginal discharge. Urethra is nonerythematous. We sent a periurethral culture once again for ureaplasma and mycoplasma. We will contact her with these result and encouraged her to see her gynecologist to excise this condyloma as these are likely causing her symptoms.
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DATE OF SURGERY: 11/18/2008. SERVICE: General Surgery. SURGEON: Dr.__________. PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS: Bladder tumor.
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This note was uploaded on 05/07/2011 for the course ECON 102 taught by Professor Willard during the Spring '11 term at Chapman University .

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3-1 - U ROLOGY DISCHARGE SUMMARY ADM ISSION DIAGNOSIS:...

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