dyschezia


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dys·che·zi·a

(dis-kē'zē-ă),
Difficulty in defecation.
[dys- + G. chezō, to defecate]

dyschezia

/dys·che·zia/ (-ke´zhah) difficult or painful defecation.

dys·che·zi·a

(dis-kē'zē-ă)
Difficulty in defecation.
[dys- + G. chezō, to defecate]

dyschezia

Difficult or painful defaecation, usually from severe constipation and hard stools.

dyschezia

difficult or painful evacuation of feces from the rectum.
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5 years later, when he presented to the emergency room with fever, abdominal pain, dysuria, and dyschezia, accompanied by a tender prostate on physical exam.
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dysmenorrhea, dyspareunia, dysuria, dyschezia, or noncyclic pelvic pain), infertility, and ovarian endometrioma (chocolate cyst).
Women with dyschezia or dysuria may have endometriosis lesions associated with the bowel or bladder, respectively.
A five years old male German Shepherd Dog with 'nymphomanic tail' having huge circular perineal swelling and history of dyschezia, tenesmus since last two months was presented.
This includes dysmenorrhea--both premenstrual and menstrual--deep dyspareunia, dyschezia, and rectal bleeding at time of menses.