Inflammation of the urethra
Common manifestation of sexually transmitted infection (STI)
Frequently associated with dysuria, pruritus, and/or urethral discharge; classified as gonococc...
Urethral discharge (mucopurulent suggestive of N. gonorrhoeae)
Erythema of the urethral meatus
Symptom onset 2 to 8 days following exposure
Sexual history, includin...
Most cases can be treated in the outpatient setting.
Single-dose regimens with direct observation preferred (4)
Azithromycin 1 g PO × 1 dose
Sexual activity should be avoided for 7 days following administration of single-dose therapy or until completion of multiday regimen.
All sexual partners who came ...
N34.2 Other urethritis
A56.01 Chlamydial cystitis and urethritis
A54.01 Gonococcal cystitis and urethritis, unspecified
N34.1 Nonspecific urethritis
M02.30 Reiter’s disease, unspecified site
Inflammation of the urethra, frequently associated with dysuria, pruritus, and/or urethral discharge
Common manifestation of STI
Classified as gonococcal (caused by N. gonorrhoeae) and n...
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