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Related to genitourinary: genitourinary system, Genitourinary medicine, Genitourinary tract, Genitourinary disorders

genitourinary

 [jen´ĭ-to-u´rĭ-ner″e]
pertaining to the urinary system and genitalia; called also urinogenital and urogenital.

gen·i·to·u·ri·nar·y (GU),

(jen'i-tō-yū'ri-nār-ē),
Relating to the organs of reproduction and urination collectively.

genitourinary

/gen·i·to·uri·nary/ (jen″ĭ-to-u´rĭ-nar-e) pertaining to the genital and urinary organs.

genitourinary

(jĕn′ĭ-tō-yo͝or′ə-nĕr′ē)
adj.
Of or relating to the genital and urinary organs or their functions.

genitourinary (GU)

[jen′itō·yoo͡r′iner′ē]
Etymology: L, genitalis + Gk, ouron, urine
referring to the genital and urinary systems of the body: the organ structures, functions, or both. Also called urogenital.

genitourinary

adjective Referring to the genitourinary/urogenital system; i.e., urogenital.

genitourinary

Urogenital adjective Referring to the genitourinary/urogenital system

gen·i·to·u·ri·nar·y

(GU) (jen'i-tō-yūr'i-nar-ē)
Relating to the organs of reproduction and urination.
Synonym(s): urogenital.

genitourinary

pertaining to the genitalia and urinary apparatus; urogenital.

genitourinary system
the organs of reproduction, together with the organs concerned with production and excretion of urine; called also urogenital, genitourinary system.
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