vesicourethral

ves·i·co·u·re·thral

(ves'i-kō-yū-rē'thrăl),
Relating to the bladder and the urethra.
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Vesicourethral Function in Diabetic Patients: Association of Abnormal Nerve Conduction Velocity With Vesicourethral Dysfunction.
GCP - It is recommended to use prophylactic antibiotics to prevent UTI in children with a temporary urinary catheter after vesicourethral surgery.
The contralateral kidney may present with vesicourethral reflux (VUR), uretero pelvic junction obstruction (UPJ) and ureterovesical junction obstruction (UVJ).
Since urethra dissection was carried out close to the pelvis and over the intrapelvic urethra, neurovascular damage close to the vesicourethral junction was safely avoided.
The predominant underlying disease among the analyzed patients was glomerulonephritis (32%), arterial hypertension (27%), polycystic kidney (11%), diabetes mellitus (8%), other (diabetes mellitus/arterial hypertension, undetermined, lupus, urinary tract infection, nephritis, nephrocalcinosis, nephrolithiasis, vesicourethral reflux) with 22%.
Hollenbeck et al., "Risk factors and quality of life for post-prostatectomy vesicourethral anastomotic stenoses," Urology, vol.
Vesicourethral dysfunction associated with multiple sclerosis: Correlations among response, most prevailing clinical status and grade of the disease.
The efficacy of ultrasound and dimercaptosuccinic acid scan in predicting vesicourethral reflux in children below the age of 2 years with their first febrile UTI.
Unlike transabdominal or transvaginal urethropexy, a sling not only provides support to the vesicourethral junction, but also may create some aspect of urethral coaptation or compression.
Vesicourethral anastomosis was performed using two 3-0 V-Loc sutures on 17 mm needles (Covidien), tied together, forming a continuous suture running posteriorly and to either side.