genitourinary tract


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genitourinary tract

The genital and urinary tracts together.
Synonym: urogenital tract
See also: tract
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We hypothesised that patients undergoing manipulations of the genitourinary tract using fluid irrigation experienced a drop in their core temperature and that warming the irrigant fluid to 37[degrees]C reduced the degree of temperature drop experienced.
El-Diasty, "Cysts of the lower male genitourinary tract: embryologic and anatomic considerations and differential diagnosis," RadioGraphics, vol.
There are a wide range of self-inflicted injuries involving the genitourinary tract from foreign bodies that are inserted either traumatically, accidentally, or intentionally.
Originally described in 1984 by Proppe et al, (5) PSCN represents a benign reactive myofibroblastic proliferation of the genitourinary tract that arises uniquely after instrumentation, usually a surgical procedure.
In younger men, hematospermia may arise from infections, inflammation or blockages in the genitourinary tract: the prostate, bladder, seminal vesicles, testicles, urethra or elsewhere.
These organisms survive passage through the gastrointestinal tract and then apparently migrate to and colonize the genitourinary tract. (7) The fact that it is not necessary to administer L.
Studies in the literature showed that small cell carcinoma of the genitourinary tract is rare, and mostly associated with other pathologies.
The material is presented in sections covering skin and subcutaneous tissues; brain, peripheral system, and muscle; eyes, ears, nose, oral cavity, and neck; chest, mediastinum, and diaphragm; cardiovascular system; lungs; digestive system; kidneys; genitourinary tract; female reproductive system; endocrine and metabolic systems and nutritional disorders; musculoskeletal system; blood; and infectious diseases.
It may also be associated with abnormalities of the bones, heart, and genitourinary tract. Health experts generally advise women to avoid alcohol in pregnancy because research has not identified a safe level of consumption.
Lung, lip, penis, genitourinary tract, nasopharynx (all less than 0.5%)
Genitourinary tract Circumcision Vaginal hysterectomy Vaginal delivery Cesarean section

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