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A 22-year-old man has a 36-hour history of pain and swelling of his left testis. One week ago, he had mild dysuria and a urethral discharge. Gram’s stain of material from the urethra shows numerous neutrophils but no organisms. The most likely cause of the patient’s symptoms is infection with which of the following?
A
) Chlamydia trachomatis
B
) Cytomegalovirus
C
) Escherichia coli
D
) Herpesvirus
E
) Mumps virus
F
) Neisseria gonorrhoeae
G
) Trichomonas vaginalis




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Answer-A


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A


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correct grin





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