genitourinary tract


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genitourinary tract

The genital and urinary tracts together.
Synonym: urogenital tract
See also: tract
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Merkel cell carcinoma of the genitourinary tract is an uncommon tumor that has an aggressive course with a poor prognosis, similar to its counterpart in the skin.
Genitourinary tract infections due to Mycobacteria tuberculosis are comparatively more common than NTM infections.
urealyticum are part of the microbial flora of the genitourinary tract in asymptomatic sexually active women and agents of sexual transmitted diseases (23).
Association between maternal prenatal vitamin use and congenital abnormalities of the genitourinary tract in a developing country.
A case of vaginal clear cell adenocarcinoma complicated with congenital anomalies of the genitourinary tract and metanephric remnant without prenatal diethylstilbestrol exposure.
Ectopic prostatic tissue is an underreported entity which is found most commonly in the lower male genitourinary tract and ectopic prostate tissue outside the urinary tract is even rarer.
Infection of the urinary tract is a common problem in pregnancy due to the morphological and physiological changes that takes place in the genitourinary tract.
He is a national and international consultant in tumors of the genitourinary tract, including prostate, urinary bladder, kidney, and testis.
Anomalies of genitourinary tract result from arrested development early in organogenesis, failure of normal ascent, obstruction of collecting system and abnormal formation of renal tubules.
The incidence ranges from 4% to 14% in women with PID, but is as high as 27% in adolescents with PID, whose less mature genitourinary tract anatomy makes them more susceptible to infection (1).
In these patients, the most frequent sites of infection were the abdomen (n=51, 43%), respiratory tract (n=26, 22%), soft tissues (n=13, 11%) and genitourinary tract (n=9, 8%).
1) Leiomyoma is the most common benign mesothelial tumor, which is rarely encountered in the genitourinary tract.