Urology Book


Urinary Tract Infection in Men

Aka: Urinary Tract Infection in Men, UTI in Men
  1. See Also
    1. Urinary Tract Infection
  2. Epidemiology
    1. Significant underlying disorder in 50% of men with UTI
  3. Causes
    1. Upper urinary tract causes
      1. Hydronephrosis
      2. Nephrolithiasis (in Kidney or ureter)
        1. Common cause in younger men
      3. Scarred or atrophic Kidney
      4. Pelvic Kidney
      5. Ureter dilation
    2. Lower urinary tract causes
      1. Outflow obstruction with residual urine
        1. Most common cause in men over age 50 years
      2. Diverticulum
      3. Bladder stone
  4. Differential Diagnosis
    1. See Dysuria in Men
  5. Management
    1. See Urinary Tract Infection
  6. Diagnostic Approach to UTI source
    1. Initial Studies to consider
      1. Abdominal Ultrasound
      2. Abdominal XRay
      3. Urine flow rate
    2. Further evaluation based on initial studies
      1. No abnormalities
        1. No further imaging needed
      2. Upper tract abnormality
        1. Obtain Intravenous pyelogram
      3. Lower tract abnormality
        1. Cystoscopy
        2. Urodynamics
        3. Transrectal Ultrasound
    3. Modifications to algorithm
      1. Consider IVP or Spiral CT in younger patients
  7. References
    1. Andrews (2002) BMJ 324:454-6 [PubMed]

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