urinary fever

(redirected from catheter fever)

u·ri·nar·y fe·ver

an elevation of temperature, usually slight and transitory, following catheterization of the urethra, or the passage of blood clots, gravel, or a calculus.

u·ri·nar·y fever

(yūri-nar-ē fēvĕr)
Elevation of temperature, usually slight and transitory, following catheterization of the urethra, or the passage of blood clots, gravel, or a calculus.