urethrostenosis

urethrostenosis

 [u-re″thro-stĕ-no´sis]
constriction of the urethra.

u·re·thro·ste·no·sis

(yū-rē'thrō-ste-nō'sis),
Stricture of the urethra.
[urethro- + G. stenōsis, a narrowing]
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Patients who were extremely weak because of systemic diseases such as serious cardiopulmonary and hepatorenal dysfunction and coagulation dysfunction, had severe urinary system infection, urethrostenosis, cystolith and extremely reduced bladder volume induced by severe bladder contracture, or had neurogenic bladder diseases were excluded.
PKRP is the gold standard surgery for benign prostatic hyperplasia, but it depends highly on the comprehensive conditions of patients.7 Moreover it has disadvantages such as high incidence of perioperative bleeding, postoperative urethrostenosis and intraoperative transurethral resection syndrome.8 Therefore it has certain limitations in treating benign prostatic hyperplasia.9
Of the 92 cases that displayed urethral injury, 29 cases developed urethrostenosis after catheter removal (31.52%).
In the postmarketing surveillance data, 6 of the 161 live births involved congenital anomalies, which consisted of single reports of finger abnormality, cardiomyopathy, urethrostenosis, adrenal cyst, anencephaly, and "failure to thrive," Dr.
Secondary hyperplastic scars kept growing, and urethrostenosis got worse.
Those who had neurogenic diseases affecting bladder function such as spinal cord injury, prostatic cancer and urethrostenosis, severe lower urinary tract obstruction (residual urine volume no less than 200 mL) or acute infection, underwent urethra previously, or took other [alpha]- or M-receptor blocker within two weeks were excluded.