pollakiuria


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pol·la·ki·u·ri·a

(pol'ă-kē-yū'rē-ă),
Rarely used term for extraordinary urinary frequency.
[G. pollakis, often, + ouron, urine]

pollakiuria (pol´əkēyoo´rēə),

n an excessive frequent urination. It may result from partial obstruction, such as in prostatic enlargement, or it may be of nervous origin.

pollakiuria

abnormally frequent passage of urine.
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Clinical signs: Clinical signs related to PBS were recorded accordingly that mainly includeddysuria, gross hematuria, pollakiuria, vocalization, licking, and urethral obstruction.
Storage symptoms include nocturia, pollakiuria, urgency, and incontinence.
Given that TRPV4 is critically involved in the sensing mechanism in the bladder, development of chemicals modulating TRPV4 activity may be useful for treatment of bladder disorders such as overactive bladder and pollakiuria.
The most common adverse reactions associated with tolvaptan in clinical trials included thirst, dry mouth, asthenia, constipation, pollakiuria or polyuria, and hyperglycemia, according to the drug's label.
Cystitis is frequently associated with pollakiuria, dysuria, stranguria, hematuria, and inappropriate urination.
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The clinical diagnosis of ABP was based on findings of dysuria, pollakiuria, marked malaise, high fever (>40[degrees]C), chills, and prostate pain during digital rectal examination (DRE).
Symptoms including excessive thirst, polydipsia, pollakiuria, and weakness are observed in the early period, irreversible findings including neuropathy, retinopathy, nephropathy and osteoporosis, which occur in poorly controlled diabetics, are observed in the long term (1, 6, 7).
Other signs often reported include lumbar or abdominal discomfort, depression, anorexia, vomiting, dysuria or stranguria, pollakiuria and cloudy urine.
The dog had a one-month history of dysuria and pollakiuria that was suspected to be a urinary tract infection; when the dog did not respond to amoxicillin-clavulanic acid, a free catch urine sample was submitted for culture.