Acute bacterial prostatitis and abscess
48 hours history of dysuria, pyuria, and fever. CRP on admission was 60.
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Axial contrast-enhanced CT images demonstrate multiple prostate abscesses characterized by hypoattenuating regions with peripheral rim enhancement. The abscesses are confined within the prostate capsule and the entire prostate gland is enlarged. There is a smooth thickening of the bladder wall. No evidence of periprostatic fat stranding to suggest the periprostatic spread of infection.
CT features are most consistent with acute prostatitis with abscesses formation within