periurethral


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periurethral

 [per″ĭ-u-re´thral]
around the urethra.

per·i·u·re·thral

(per'ē-yū-rē'thrăl),
Surrounding the urethra.

periurethral

(pĕr″ē-ū-rē′thrăl) [″ + ourethra, urethra]
Located around the urethra.

periurethral

around the urethra.
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Physical examination revealed contraction and banding of the mesh tape sling(s) bilaterally in the periurethral area.
Pathogenic bacteria, most often rectal flora, colonize in the periurethral area and enter the bladder through the weakened mucous sheath that surrounds the catheter (Meares, 1991).
In the uncircumcised male, the foreskin may harbor periurethral organisms that can easily ascend into the bladder (Zelikovic et al.
Some residents, for example, might benefit from periurethral collagen injection if that's ever approved.
This review offers a contemporary discussion on the role of periurethral bulking therapy in Canada, along with practical aspects of its application.
Complications of stricture urethra were defined as renal failure, urinary tract infection (UTI), orchitis, water care perineum, fournier's gangrene, periurethral abscess and bladder failure.
Furthermore, the prostatic carcinoma in our case was predominantly peripheral, in contrast to the classical periurethral location of prostatic ductal carcinoma, and showed the micropapillary pattern to be intimately admixed with areas of conventional acinar carcinoma.
Activation of the pontine micturition center also causes reflex relaxation of the striated muscle of the urethral sphincter mechanism and periurethral striated muscle.