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Question 1: This should only be performed by a trained urologist, with the patient under constant hemodynamic monitoring, as phenylephrine can cause severe hypertension, bradycardia, tachycardia, and ________.
Atrial fibrillationCardiac dysrhythmiaSupraventricular tachycardiaMyocardial infarction

Question 2: Priapism is also known to occur from bites of the ________[4][5].
Brazilian wandering spiderVenezuelaCosta RicaArgentina

Question 3: Phosphodiesterase type-5 (PDE5) inhibitors such as sildenafil citrate ("Viagra"), ________ ("Cialis"), and vardenafil ("Levitra"), have very rarely been implicated.
PapaverineUdenafilAvanafilTadalafil

Question 4: Recent breakthroughs in research of the disease have pointed to a raised level of the biochemical ________ being the cause of the condition.
Adenosine monophosphateAdenosine diphosphateAdenosine triphosphateAdenosine

Question 5: Other groups reported are antihypertensives, antipsychotics (e.g., chlorpromazine, clozapine), antidepressants (most notably trazodone), anticoagulants, cantharides (Spanish Fly) and recreational drugs (________ and cocaine).
AlcoholEthanolAldehydeAlkane

Question 6: Orally administered ________ may be effective.
CathinePseudoephedrinePhenylpropanolamineLevonordefrin

Question 7: Potential complications include ischemia, clotting of the blood retained in the penis (________), and damage to the blood vessels of the penis which may result in an impaired erectile function or impotence.
Deep vein thrombosisLymphedemaCerebral venous sinus thrombosisThrombosis

Question 8: Priapism in females (continued, painful erection of the ________) is also known as clitorism.
VaginaFemale ejaculationClitorisClitoral erection

Question 9: The most common medications that cause priapism are intra-cavernous injections for treatment of ________ (papaverine, alprostadil).
Sexual dysfunctionSexual fetishismHypersexualityErectile dysfunction

Question 10: The name comes from the Greek god ________, who was noted for his disproportionately large and permanent erection.
DionysusGreek mythologyPriapusAphrodite
















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