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, stranguria (strang'gyūr-ē, strang-gyūrē-ă)
Difficulty in micturition in which the urine is passed only drop by drop with pain and tenesmus.
[G. stranx (strang-), something squeezed out, a drop, + ouron, urine]
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Contrarily, it showed strong association with the litter box usage (P-value = 0.000).On the whole depression was found strongly associated (P-value = 0.000) with all forms of clinical observations except that of stranguria (P-value = 0.774; not mentioned in data).
1984; Kirk et al.1995), however, depression was found to be insignificantly related to stranguria (P-value = 0.774).
Three buffalo calves of age 22 days, 50 days and 90 days were presented with history of anorexia, bloat, distended abdomen, restlessness with frequent kicking at abdomen and stranguria. Transabdominal ultrasonographic examination revealed abnormally distended intact urinary bladder with sediment (Fig.1 and 2).
The patients showed signs of dysuria, stranguria and urine scalding associated with fluctuating swellings in the penile region; the diagnosis was hypospadias and urethral diverticulum, since urine had leaked into the subcutaneous tissue of the prepuce, forming leaking pockets (diverticula) in both.
The most common signs noted in the review (published in the Journal of the American Animal Hospital Association, Nov-Dec 2009) were stranguria and pollakiuria (difficulty with urination and abnormally frequent urination, respectively), found in eight of ten cats.
Clinical signs include an engorged protruding penis, excessive licking, stranguria, and hematuria.
A three month old male goat kid was presented with complaint of dysuria and stranguria past two weeks.
Stranguria Slow, frequent, difficult, and/or painful urinary flow.
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The diagnosis of urolithiasis was dependent on various factors which included; clinical signs such as hematuria and stranguria, signalment and radiologic signs.
A nine year old female non-descript female dog was presented with symptoms of dysuria, stranguria and tenesmus.
Presenting clinical signs in dogs with acute prostatitis included depression, pain on rectal palpation of prostate, fever, stranguria, pollakiuria, hematuria, tenesmus, stiff gait and edema of scrotum, prepuce or hindlimb.