genitourinary system

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genitourinary system

[¦jen·ə·tō′yür·ə‚ner·ē ‚sis·təm]
(anatomy)
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(5) These results are consistent with those of the largest systematic review and meta-analysis of 79 studies capturing 41,482 hysterectomies which found universal cystoscopy was not associated with a decreased rate of delayed genitourinary tract injury.
The objectives of surgical treatment for genitourinary tract endometriosis are to excise all visible disease, to prevent or delay recurrence of the disease to the extent possible, and to avoid any further morbidity--in particular, to preserve renal function in cases of ureteral endometriosis--and to avoid iatrogenic injury to surrounding pelvic nervous structures (25-27) (FIGURE 2).
However, many cases of histologically confirmed chorioamnionitis are not associated with active infection of the genitourinary tract and the results of culture are negative, both of which indicate that local infection is not the sole cause of this condition.
Studies have shown that talc crystals can move up the genitourinary tract into the peritoneal cavity, where the ovaries are.
--urologie surgery or other surgery on contiguous structures of the genitourinary tract
Urologic diseases encompass a wide scope of illnesses of the genitourinary tract, including conditions that are congenital and acquired, malignant and benign, male and female, and medical and surgical.
They are classified as local disease, if manifestations are limited to genitourinary tract, or systemic if disseminated BCG disease, persistent fever with bone marrow, hepatic or pulmonary involvement are demonstrated.
The highest concentration was found in the vulvar/distal urethral region and decreased steeply toward the proximal genitourinary tract. In fact, this study (11) found only occasional neuroendocrine cells in the bladder, and none in the ureters.
Risk factors for nontuberculous mycobacterial disease include defects in the host immune response due to inherited or acquired conditions, particularly those that affect the Th1 cell and macrophage pathways, and exposure to environmental NTMs; repeated surgical interventions in the genitourinary tract could also introduce environmental MAC.
The drug is indicated for treatment of respiratory tract infections, otitis media, skin and skin structure infections, bone infections, and genitourinary tract infections.
Genitourinary tract has been covered in section two wherein kidney and ureter, urinary bladder, prostate, urethra and penis, testis and scortum have been discussed in detail.

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