periurethral


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Related to periurethral: periurethral abscess, periurethral bulking, Periurethral Glands

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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For acute care, or long-term catheter insertion, use aseptic technique, with sterile equipment and antiseptic for periurethral cleansing.
The rationales for placing ES and BFB in the same session is to perform the three consecutive steps in each session: (1) to provide the patient with feedback on what is being trained to achieve the therapeutic outcome, when the patient is not able to contract the external sphincter in isolation, (2) to increase the power and endurance of pelvic floor muscles and (3) stimulate the periurethral striated muscle for neuro-modulation that affects the neural signaling that controls continence (31).
A high-riding prostate may also be detected on rectal examination, indicating the presence of a periurethral or periprosthetic hematoma occurring secondary to genitourinary injury.
Effect of circumcision status on periurethral bacterial sora during the first year of life.
Collagen injections can benefit women who still suffer from stress urinary incontinence (SUI) even after urethral or periurethral surgery, report researchers at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas.
Patel, has found that the periurethral suspension technique leads to increased urinary continence rates at 3 months following robot-assisted laparoscopic radical prostatectomy (RALP).
6) Mittleman and Marraccini also reported the discovery of Teflon granulomas in the lungs of a patient who had received periurethral injections for urinary incontinence, a finding that raised serious concerns about the long-term safety of soft-tissue Teflon injection.
Water or antiseptic for periurethral cleaning before urinary catheterisation: a randomised controlled trial.
The patient was taken to surgery a total of three times with the first being on the day of admission for debridement of the scrotum, periurethral and perianal tissue, right orchiectomy, and debridement of the majority of skin and soft tissue of the left LE.
Stress Incontinence--present in women with relaxation of the periurethral musculature; exacerbated in women who have experienced childbirth; present in men who have undergone prostate surgery; leakage occurs in response to increased abdominal pressure; incontinence occurs with coughing, sneezing, laughing, or exercise.
Basically, BPH is an overgrowth of the periurethral prostate gland that becomes hyperplastic, resulting in abnormal enlargement of the tissue.