genitourinary tract


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genitourinary tract

The genital and urinary tracts together.
Synonym: urogenital tract
See also: tract
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Postoperative spindle cell nodules of genitourinary tract resembling sarcomas: a report of eight cases.
It has been well reported that the absence of hematuria or a negative radiographic study does not exclude a ureteral injury, and careful attention should be paid to the genitourinary tract and retroperitoneum at the time of surgical exploration.
lung), whereas in the genitourinary tract it has a 2:1 to 3:1 male predominance.
Metastasis from a previously diagnosed MCC, typically from cutaneous sites, to genitourinary organs is not uncommon (3-4); however, primary MCC of the genitourinary tract is rare.
These studies have also indicated that CEM-101 is active against atypical bacteria, such as Legionella, Mycoplasma and Ureaplasma and against gonococci and other organisms that cause genitourinary tract infections.
Color images accompany descriptions of such problems as urinary incontinence, sexual dysfunction, infertility, cancers of, and trauma to, the genitourinary tract.
The berries of the Serenoa repens plant, indigenous to the southeastern coastal regions of the United States, were commonly used by the area's Native Americans for the relief of various disorders of the male genitourinary tract.
Use of the vaginal spermicide nonoxynol-9 with intercourse results in disturbances of vaginal flora and pH that may predispose to genitourinary tract infections, Dorothy L.
Netto, MD, who also extensively reviews the status of molecular markers in other malignancies of the genitourinary tract.
Keflex is indicated for treatment of the following infections: respiratory tract infections, otitis media, skin and skin structure infections, bone infections, and genitourinary tract infections.
It contains 28 chapters divided into three main sections covering the respiratory, gastrointestinal, and genitourinary tracts.
Session Title: Stem Cells in the Gastrointestinal and Genitourinary Tracts