Dysuria


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dysuria

[dis′yu̇r·ē·ə]
(medicine)
Painful urination.

Dysuria

 

disturbance of urination, usually as a result of difficulty in discharging urine from the urinary bladder when there is pressure on the urethra by a hematoma, tumor, or enlarged prostate gland or there is obstruction by a stone; dysuria can also occur as a result of functional disturbances in diseases of the nervous system (spasms, for example). Painful and frequent urination is sometimes classified as dysuria.

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For example, dysuria was considered the most worrying symptom being experienced by women and as Table 4 shows, the proportion seeking help for it is higher than any other symptom (49 percent).
4) The key reliable diagnostic signs are the presence of dysuria, especially when accompanied by frequency and urgency, or haematuria, and in the absence of vaginal symptoms.
5 Proppe et al, NA NA (3) 1984 Olsen, (22) 1984 Cystitis 1 Nochomovitz et Hematuria 5; 5 al, (8) 1985 Ro et al, (23) 1986 Hematuria 2; 4 Young et al, Hematuria 2 (24) 1987 Wick et al, Hematuria 3; 3 (25) 1988 Stark et al, Hematuria 3; 3 (26) 1989 Albores-Saavedra Hematuria, 3 (2-5) et al, (19) 1990 strangury, dysuria Huang et al, NA NA (4) 1990 Hughes et al, Hematuria cystitis NA (27) 1991 Dietrick et Hematuria, dysuria 8; 4 al, (28) 1992 Lamovec et al, Dysuria 3.
The indication of choreito in Kampo medicine is "dampness-heat" in the lower abdomen with characteristic symptoms of dysuria, hotness in lower abdomen and thirst (Otsuka 2010).
They often cause acute symptoms causing retention, frequency, dysuria, poor stream or dribbling.
We present an unusual case of retrovesical hydatid cyst causing dysuria and mild pelvic pain in a pediatric patient, with emphasis on the importance of ultrasound in diagnosis.
KMD-3213 is a selective alpha 1A-adrenoceptor antagonist developed for treatment of dysuria associated with benign prostatic hyperplasia.
The 54 HIV-positive women had lower income and less financial support, and were more likely to experience fever, dyspnoea and dysuria, and to have a variety of STIs.
Ltd (TSE: 4547) announced today that a new drug application for Silodosin (Brand name in Japan: Urief(R)), a novel drug for dysuria associated with Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH), originally developed by Kissei Pharmaceutical Co.
He denied nausea, vomiting, dysuria or urethral discharge.
Female patients usually complain of malaise, dysuria, dyspareunia and leukorrhea.