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dysuria

 [dis-u´re-ah]
painful or difficult urination. adj., adj dysu´ric.

dys·u·ri·a

(dis-yū'rē-ă),
Difficulty or pain in urination.
Synonym(s): dysury
[dys- + G. ouron, urine]

dysuria

(dĭs-yo͝or′ē-ə)
n.
Painful or difficult urination.

dys·u′ric (-yo͝or′ĭk) adj.

dysuria

Painful or difficult urination, which may be linked to a sexually transmitted infection.

dysuria

Pain on urination, difficulty urinating Urology A common Sx of bladder infection, which also occurs in prostate lesions, eg, BPH, accompanied by sensation of pressure and tenderness around the bladder, pelvis, and perineum, which may ↑ as the bladder fills and ↓ as it empties; ↓ bladder capacity; an urgent need to urinate; painful sexual intercourse; in ♂, hyperpain in the penis and scrotum. See Cystitis.

dys·u·ri·a

, dysury (dis-yūr'ē-ă, disyūr-ē)
Difficulty or pain in urination.
[dys- + G. ouron, urine]

dysuria

Pain on passing urine. This is most commonly due to a urinary infection and is usually associated with undue frequency in the desire to urinate.

Dysuria

Painful or difficult urination.
Mentioned in: Cystitis, Finasteride
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Although it is a rare cause of acute abdomen disease, postpartum SRUB is emerged gradually while symptoms of less urination or dysuria induced by different facteros are ingnored.
The most common non-infectious findings comprised microscopic hematuria [single: 57 (28.5%) vs prolonged: 58 (29%) p=0.001] followed by rectal bleeding [single: 42 (21%) vs prolonged: 38 (19%) p=0.001] and dysuria [single: 20 (10%) vs prolonged: 23 (11.5%) p=0.001].
But it is not suitable not for the postoperative perineal pain and/or dysuria (as in our patient), because of the risk of opioid dependence.
Dysuria developed in 26 (89.6%) patients, and pollakiuria in 26 (89.6%) patients in whom BCG was administered.
Positive swab Symptoms Antibiotic use (S) or urine (duration (days prior to (U) specimen in days) examination when last dose taken) 1 S None No 2 S + U Dysuria (30) Amoxicillin (10) Discharge (30) 3 S + U Dysuria (4) No Discharge (3) 4 S + U Dysuria (10) Yes (15) Discharge (10) 5 S + U Dysuria (7) Amoxicillin + Discharge (30) clavulanate (7) 6 S + U Dysuria (14) No 7 Dysuria (60) S + U Discharge No (>60) 8 S Discharge (7) No 9 S + U Dysuria (14) No Discharge (7) 10 U Dysuria (30) Amoxicillin Discharge (30) (>30-<90) Alb--Albanian; Or--Greek; Nig--Nigerian; Rom--Romanian; Syr--Syrian Conflicts of interest: All authors--none to disclose.
One typical symptom is dysuria. Given that disorders of consciousness may cause difficulty in understanding the symptoms, care should be taken when recording patient anamnesis.
We demonstrated that no single factor can reliably predict the cause of an acute scrotum, but rather a combination of factors, including patient history (characteristics of pain, dysuria), clinical findings (fever, Prehn's sign), and laboratory tests (CRP and WBC in blood, WBC in urine).
This is the case of a 48-year-old G2P2002 who originally presented to our office in March 2016 with vaginal discharge, dysuria, and dyspareunia.
Self-reported behavioural variables for the last 6 months (condom use for vaginal and anal sex, number of sexual partners, regular and new partners, current smoking, current use of combined oral contraceptive (COC), and current use of injectable depot medroxyprogesterone acetate (DMPA)) and current genital tract symptoms (lower abdominal pain, dysuria, itching/burning, vaginal discharge, rash, blisters/ ulcers, and warts) were collected in accordance with the study protocol.
Among the clinical features of Bacterial Vaginosis (BV), homogenous discharge is the most common feature (94.11%), followed by odour (70.59%), dysuria (39.21%) and pruritus (11.76%).
Diverticulum is often seen as a fluctuant firm, irreducible, painless swelling in perineal or prescrotal region along with dysuria. Limited reports of urethral diverticulum in goats and kids are available in literature (Fuller et al., 1992; Karras et al., 1992).
They are related mostly to clinical symptoms that include dyspareunia, pelvic pain and urinary symptoms, and dysuria with or without stress incontinence (1,2).