Lab: Urethral discharge swab revealed N. gonorrhoeae; rapid plasma reagin (RPR) test was positive.

Given this additional information, what is your assessment of the patient's condition?

What consideration should be given to other STIs?

Identify your treatment goals for this patient.

What pharmacologic alternatives are available for this patient?

Treatment of gonorrhea may vary according to clinical presentation and is indicated as follows:

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