A provider assesses an adolescent male patient who has been receiving androgen therapy for hypogonadism via a transdermal patch. The patient's last clinic visit was 4 weeks earlier. Which part of the interval history is of greatest concern to the provider?
A 14-year-old male patient is admitted to the hospital following a football injury. The patient is muscular, has a deep voice, and full beard. Which tests will the provider order in response to these assessment findings? (Select all that apply.)
A 14-year-old male patient who has not yet begun puberty reports being bullied at school. The boy's father reports that he and his father also experienced teasing as adolescents because they did not begin puberty until around age 16 years. What will the provider tell the patient and his father when they ask what can be done?
A patient receiving intracavernousal alprostadil discusses switching to the transurethral administration route. Which information does the provider include as a benefit of changing administration routes?