irritative


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ir·ri·ta·tive

(ir'i-tā'tiv),
Causing irritation.

ir·ri·ta·tive

(ir'i-tā'tiv)
Causing irritation.

irritative

(ĭr′ĭ-tāt″ĭv)
Pert. to that which causes irritation.
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Submucosal leiomyoma may be pedunculated or polypoid and cause irritative symptoms, suprapubic pain, urethral obstruction, lower urinary tract infection, and hematuria.
In logistic analysis, the independent variables associated with CPP were: dyspareunia, premenopausal status, patient health questionnaire above 5, dysmenorrhea, smoking, irregular menstrual flow, and irritative bladder symptoms.
(8) Other symptoms include haematuria, pelvic pain, obstructive and irritative urinary symptoms, weight loss and malaise.
When patients report dysuria or irritative voiding or vulvar symptoms, I always ask what soap they use for bathing.
Symptoms include suprapubic pain, irritative voiding symptoms, and symptoms associated with chronic urinary tract infection.
Johnson, chief urology resident at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, New Brunswick, N.J., presented prospective data on 45 children aged 417 years who presented with irritative bladder symptoms--frequency, urgency, and incontinence.
Dust can have a very irritative effect on the eyes, nose and throat.
Electromyograph showed irritative myopathy without evidence of large-fiber sensory and motor polyneuropathy.
Cases of MPDS if left untreated, may become an irritative focus and send persistent pain impulses via a sensory neuron into the spinal cord.
The industrial silicone gel can be irritative, increasing the risk of inflammation.