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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The study done by Goluboff et al6 showed that 49% of the patients presented with obstructive LUTS whereas in another study done by Knoll et al irritative LUTS were more common.
We feel that administration of this combination might have decreased the irritative, bronchospastic effects of both FB and bronchoscope on tracheobronchial tree.
Most patients present with obstructive as well as irritative lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS), including weak stream, hesitancy, abdominal straining, infrequent voiding, dysuria, frequency and nocturia.
The industrial silicone gel can be irritative, increasing the risk of inflammation.
Cases of MPDS if left untreated, may become an irritative focus and send persistent pain impulses via a sensory neuron into the spinal cord.
Presenting symptoms were predominantly irritative lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS) in 30% and predominantly obstructive LUTS in 70% of patients, while 12 patients had acute urinary retention.
Recurrence is rarely seen when irritative factors are eliminated.
They can also be compatible with the adhesive chemistry formulation so the resulting formulation does not induce a cytotoxic or irritative event.
13) All of these products show various combinations of toxic, corrosive, irritative, explosive, flammable, and oxidative properties, yet the authors concluded that the absolute concentrations of these harmful compounds was low and did not present an acute danger.
This underscores the importance of including bladder vasculitis in the differential diagnosis of neoplasia as it can present as hematuria, irritative voiding symptoms, urgency and incontinence along with constitutional symptoms such as fatigue, malaise, weight loss or intermittent sweats.
Patients with bladder or urethral erosions might present with complaints of recurrent urinary tract infections, irritative voiding symptoms such as frequency and urgency, and hematuria.
Brachytherapy, however, was associated with far more irritative and obstructive urinary symptoms than were surgery or EBRT.