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dysuria

 [dis-u´re-ah]
painful or difficult urination. adj., adj dysu´ric.

dys·u·ri·a

(dis-yū'rē-ă),
Difficulty or pain in urination.
Synonym(s): dysury
[dys- + G. ouron, urine]

dysuria

/dys·uria/ (dis-u´re-ah) painful or difficult urination.dysu´ric

dysuria

(dĭs-yo͝or′ē-ə)
n.
Painful or difficult urination.

dys·u′ric (-yo͝or′ĭk) adj.

dysuria

[disyoo͡r′ē·ə]
Etymology: Gk, dys + ouron, urine
painful, burning urination, often caused by a bacterial infection, inflammation, or obstruction of the urinary tract. Laboratory examination of the urine may reveal the presence of blood, bacteria, or white blood cells. Dysuria is a symptom of cystitis, urethritis, prostatitis, urinary tract tumors, and some gynecological disorders and of the use of certain medications, such as opiates. Compare hematuria, pyuria.

dysuria

Painful or difficult urination, which may be linked to a sexually transmitted infection.

dysuria

Pain on urination, difficulty urinating Urology A common Sx of bladder infection, which also occurs in prostate lesions, eg, BPH, accompanied by sensation of pressure and tenderness around the bladder, pelvis, and perineum, which may ↑ as the bladder fills and ↓ as it empties; ↓ bladder capacity; an urgent need to urinate; painful sexual intercourse; in ♂, hyperpain in the penis and scrotum. See Cystitis.

dys·u·ri·a

, dysury (dis-yūr'ē-ă, disyūr-ē)
Difficulty or pain in urination.
[dys- + G. ouron, urine]

dysuria

Pain on passing urine. This is most commonly due to a urinary infection and is usually associated with undue frequency in the desire to urinate.

Dysuria

Painful or difficult urination.
Mentioned in: Cystitis, Finasteride

dysuria

painful or difficult urination.
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