Diagnosis and Treatment for MaleGenital TBE. Kulchavenya Novosibirsk, Russia, e-mail: email@example.comMaterial: 42patients with TB of scrotal organs and 58 withprostate TB.Methods: Urinary cultures, urinalysis, 3-glass test, andinvestigation of the prostate secretion as well as prostate biopsies.Chemotherapy with liposome forms of drugs.Results: 33.6% had relapse of TB. In 61.9% KTB was diagnosedalongside with an orchiepididymitis. In 30.9% bilateralepididymorchitis was diagnosed. MBT+ was present in 38.1%.Scrotal fistula were found in 11.9%. In 66.7% - acute onset. 50%of the patients with prostate TB had dysuria; 39.6% had perinealpain; 58.6% had flank pain. Biopsy was positive in 26.7%.Liposomal forms of anti-TB drugs were more effective.Fluorquinolons and PAS are necessary in the therapy for malegenital TB, duration not less then 8 months.Conclusions: MGTB has no specificpathognomonic signs. A special algorithm,including 3-glass test, is recommended forpatients with prostatitis or epididymitis.Therapy should be liposomal.