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Prostate Infections (cont.)

Prostate Infections Follow-up

Follow-up is very important to make sure the infection has cleared up. For example, in chronic bacterial prostatitis, follow-up tests after antibiotic treatment has ceased may indicate that an additional time period is needed to stop or control the infection. Some patients may benefit from additional follow-up studies if urinary tract abnormalities are found.

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