strangury

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strangury

 [strang´gu-re]
slow and painful discharge of urine.

stran·gu·ry

(strang'gyū-rē),
Difficulty in micturition, with straining to void; urine may be passed intermittently with pain and tenesmus.
[G. stranx (strang-), something squeezed out, a drop, + ouron, urine]

strangury

/stran·gu·ry/ (strang´gu-re) slow and painful discharge of the urine, due to spasm of the urethra and bladder.

strangury

(străng′gyə-rē)
n. pl. strangu·ries
A condition marked by slow, painful urination, caused by muscular spasms of the urethra and bladder.

stran·gu·ry

, 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]

strangury

A frequent, painful but unproductive desire to empty the bladder. Strangury is a feature of bladder stones, bladder cancer, CYSTITIS and PROSTATITIS.

strangury

slow and painful discharge of urine.