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chronic prostatitis
2018-12-15 17:15
Q:As to chronic prostatitis, it is generally considered that majority of the cases with this condition are nonbacterial. But there is another perspective, that it is impossible to be absolute nonbacterial, it is limited approach that can not detect bac
A:Most patients with chronic prostatitis are noninflammatory. Of course, examination and cultivation of urination are performed to identify. Over taking of antibiotics for patients with chronic prostatitis is irrational.
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