It is characterized clinically by hematuria, dysuria (stranguria), pollakiuria
, vocalization and periuria.
The clinical presentation is very diverse, usually associating dysuria, microscopic hematuria, and pollakiuria
When Candida species were isolated in urine culture in the presence of at least one of the signs and symptoms related with urinary tract infection (temperature >38[degrees]C, dysuria, pollakiuria
, and suprapubic tenderness), a diagnosis of symptomatic urinary tract infection (UTI) was made.
Diagnosis of UTI was defined acording to; positive culture of ESBL-producing isolates ([greater than or equal to] 105 cfu/mL) and presence of one of the followings ; fever (>38), UTI symptoms (dysuria, pollakiuria
, urinary urgency, urinary incontinence, abdominal pain, suprapubic tenderness, etc) -2].
The patient also experienced pollakiuria
, lumbar pain, low abdominal distension, bloating and perturbation of the intestinal transit and defecation, which debuted 6-8 months before, but became acute in the last weeks.
, and stranguria) are common in dogs with cystic or urethral calculi.
Two months later, the patient consulted for a perineal pain that increases throughout the day in concordance with alternating episodes of pollakiuria
, urinary incontinence, and urinary retention.
Strangury but not pollakiuria
was observed 3 days after surgery.
Conclusions: Nocturia and pollakiuria
were common micturition symptoms in our participants with PD.
The clinical signs of NSAID-related renal disease in birds may be similar to those seen in mammals and include lethargy, weakness, anorexia, regurgitation, polyuria, pollakiuria
, hematuria, and hemoglobinuria.
Urinary urgency, pollakiuria
and nocturia, being the irritative symptoms which include post-micturation increased residue are observed.
Clinical study of mixed processed food containing pumpkin seed extract and soybean germ extract on pollakiuria
in night in elderly men.