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genitourinary system

[¦jen·ə·tō′yür·ə‚ner·ē ‚sis·təm]
(anatomy)
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In this study, we evaluated the impact on the genitourinary function and QoL following the ablation of different prostate segments with IRE.
Our case highlights the importance of maintaining a broad differential diagnosis to avoid cognitive errors and using the patient's epidemiologic context to increase clinical suspicion for genitourinary TB.
Imaging findings can support the diagnosis of genitourinary tuberculosis, although cultures or histologic analysis is required for definitive diagnosis.
The etiology of MAC infection in the genitourinary tract system is poorly understood.
* Other codes will differentiate between intraoperative or postprocedure complications and whether the surgery is on the genitourinary system or a different surgery:
Tuberculosis of the prostate is a rare form of genitourinary TB that is most often diagnosed incidentally following transurethral resections, prostatectomies, or during post-mortem examinations.
Some ECPBs are signed out as part of the general service and some are signed out as part of a specialized genitourinary service.
For example, Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG, which colonizes and has beneficial effects on gastrointestinal health, does not appear to be particularly effective as a probiotic for the genitourinary system.
In the study, presented at the American Society of Clinical Oncology's Genitourinary Symposium in February, Dr.
Infants with lumbosacral hemangiomas are at greater risk for having a tethered spinal cord or other problems such as genitourinary abnormalities.
ACROSS all age groups, more than 21,000 people attending genitourinary medicine (GUM) clinics in the North East were diagnosed with a new STI in 2010.
The most common, Trichomonas vaginalis, causes genitourinary infection in adults and, rarely, respiratory infections in premature neonates of infected mothers.