pneumaturia

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pneumaturia

 [noo″mah-tu´re-ah]
passage of gas in the urine, usually as a result of a fistula between the bladder and intestine.
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pneu·ma·tu·ri·a

(nū-mă-tyū'rē-ă),
The passage of gas or air from the urethra during or after urination, resulting from infected urine or, more commonly, from an intestinal fistula.
[G. pneuma, air, + ouron, urine]
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pneumaturia

(no͞o′mə-to͝or′ē-ə)
n.
Passage of gas or air from the urethra during or after urination.
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pneu·ma·tu·ri·a

, pneumatinuria (nū'mă-tyūr'ē-ă, -ti-nyūr'ea-ă)
The passage of gas or air from the urethra during or after urination, resulting from decomposition of bladder, urine or, more commonly, from an intestinal fistula.
[G. pneuma, air, + ouron, urine]
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pneumaturia

Air or gas in the urine. This usually indicates that an abnormal connection (a fistula) has occurred between the COLON and the bladder.
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