urethral obstruction


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Related to urethral obstruction: Posterior urethral valves, Obstruction of urinary flow

urethral obstruction

Acute bilateral obstructive uropathy, see there.
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Surgical treatment of urethral obstruction due to urolithiasis in male cattle - A Review of 85 cases.
In this case, however, we use steinstrasse to describe a prostatic urethral obstruction.
Urethral obstructions using medetomidine (combination of levomedetomidine and dexmedetomidine isomer) in combination with ketamine have been documented in male mice [11, 12].
With regard to the acute renal failure, the urethral obstruction may have been significant.
Stones are caused by mineral salts producing crystals in the urine that join together and cause urethral obstruction, which is common in male dogs.
Standardization of terminology of lower urinary tract function: pressure-flow studies of voiding, urethral resistance, and urethral obstruction. Neurourol Urodyn 1997; 16: 1-18.
Management of urinary incontinence after bulboprostatic anastomotic urethroplasty for posterior urethral obstruction secondary to pelvic fracture.
Eight days after discharge from a referral veterinary teaching hospital with a presumptive diagnosis of TB, the dog was euthanized because of urethral obstruction. Liver and tracheobronchial lymph node specimens collected at necropsy were positive by AFB stain and positive for M.
A VCUG must then be performed to rule out reflux and to be certain there is no evidence of urethral obstruction. If there is reflux and it is severe in grade and drains poorly, a refluxing obstructed megaureter must be considered.
Transient voiding dysfunction is not unusual after anti-incontinence surgery, but the diagnosis of urethral obstruction can be difficult to make, said Dr.