genitourinary system

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genitourinary system

[¦jen·ə·tō′yür·ə‚ner·ē ‚sis·təm]
(anatomy)
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Although the presence of Zika virus in semen is presumed to be attributable to viral replication at an immunoprivileged site within the urogenital tract, the cell type in which replication occurs is not currently known.
There are three species of Mollicutes worth mentioning in the context of urogenital tract infections: Mycoplasma hominis, Ureaplasma urealyticum, and M.
In our opinion these symptoms have a large clinical and differential importance relative to PVI, as this condition is quite rare on the background of other inflammatory and infectious diseases of the urogenital tract.
The FUT2 gene encodes for enzyme glycosyletransferase (a-2-L- Fucosyl transferase) which become active in goblet cells and mucus glands of gastrointestinal tract (saliva bile gastric juice mucus) urogenital tract (seminal fluid vaginal secretions and urine) and respiratory tract as well as in the sweat tears milk and amniotic fluid.
According to Bukharin et al, 2000 opportunistic microorganisms cause classical infections of the urogenital tract and sub clinical reproductive tract infections.
Like the mesonephros, the skeletal system is also derived from the mesoderm, at approximately the same stage of development and at the same somite levels which are involved for the embryonic development of urogenital tract, which explains the skeletal abnormalities.
003% of all malignant tumours occurring in the female urogenital tract.
He added that though the incidence of prostate cancer in Qatar is not as high as in Europe and the US, it however, currently constitutes the most number among cases of cancer of the urogenital tract seen at HMC.
This gram negative diplococcus infects the human urogenital tract, eye, throat, and rectum, and can cause systemic infections.
Probiotic agents to protect the urogenital tract against infection.
MATERIALS AND METHODS: We evaluated 100 men 25 to 35 years old with no history of surgery or inflammatory disease of the urogenital tract.
We are particularly excited that the TLR11 knockout may be an animal model for other enteropathogens" - pathogens that cause intestinal disease - "and potentially, other flagellated epithelial pathogens, including those that infect the lungs and urogenital tract.