hematospermia


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he·mo·sper·mi·a

(hē'mō-spĕr'mē-ă),
Presence of blood in the seminal fluid.
Synonym(s): hematospermia
[hemo- + G. sperma, seed]

hematospermia

/he·ma·to·sper·mia/ (-sper´me-ah) the presence of blood in the semen.

hematospermia

(hē′mə-tō-spûr′mē-ə, hĭ-măt′ə-)
n.
The presence of blood in semen. Also called hemospermia.

hematospermia

[-spur′mē·ə]
the presence of blood in the semen. Causes include vascular congestion, infection of the seminal vesicles, coitus interruptus, sexual abstinence, and frequent coitus. The condition is rarely serious and may respond to antibiotic therapy.

he·ma·to·sper·mi·a

(hē'mă-tō-spĕr'mē-ă)
The presence of blood in seminal ejaculate.

hematospermia

blood in the semen.
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Hematospermia is the medical term for the presence of blood in semen.
Four days later, he observed signs of hematospermia, and on the same day, his wife had symptoms of ZIKV infection.
Infectious organisms, especially sexually transmitted microorganisms including viruses (human papillomavirus or herpes simplex virus), are known to be etiologic agents of hematospermia (11).
The fact that the patient had no common symptoms of ZIKV acute infection concomitantly to hematospermia suggests that the viremic phase occurred upstream, probably during the first or second episode of mild fever, headache, and arthralgia.
8; range: 51-62) came for recurrent episodes of hematospermia (associated with fever in 3 patients), which represented the onset symptom.
The granulomatous prostatitis, and its rare variant xanthogranulomatous, are poorly defined clinically and features may include irritative LUTS, frequency and burning, pyuria and hematuria sometimes combined with hematospermia.
On September 3, he and his wife observed signs of hematospermia (red-brown fluid in his ejaculate) that lasted until September 7.
Exceptions are aphthous ulcers in patient 1 (also reported by patient 3), prostatitis, and hematospermia.
Adenocarcinoma of the seminal vesicles is one of the rare causes of hematospermia.
A 57-year-old male was admitted with urinary retention and 3 episodes of hematospermia within the last 6 months.
Hematospermia associated with congenital arteriomalformation of internal iliac vessels.
A history of prostatic surgery or infection, and symptoms such as pain with ejaculation or hematospermia, can be associated with EDO.