Definition of Dysuria. Meaning of Dysuria. Synonyms of Dysuria

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Definition of Dysuria

Dysuria
Dysuria Dys*u"ri*a, Dysury Dys"u*ry, n. [L. dysuria, Gr. ?; ? + ? urine: cf. F. dysurie.] (Med.) Difficult or painful discharge of urine.

Meaning of Dysuria from wikipedia

- Dysuria refers to painful urination. Difficult urination is also sometimes, but rarely, described as dysuria. It is one of a constellation of irritative...
- portion of the urethral meatus. They can bleed and occasionally cause dysuria and dyspareunia. The caruncles can be removed by surgery, electric cauterization...
- be more common in females than males. Urethritis is a common cause of dysuria (pain when urinating). Related to urethritis is so called urethral syndrome...
- inflammation of the bladder defined by lower urinary tract symptoms that include dysuria, hematuria, and hemorrhage. The disease can occur as a complication of...
- the presence of the lacuna magna is ****ociated with painful urination (dysuria), bloody urine (hematuria), and bloody spotting of underwear. Kurzrock...
- mountains in India. Traditional uses include relief from heat stroke, dysuria, irregular menstruation, and jaundice, but the effectiveness has not been...
- (hypopigmentation), skin atrophy, a parchment-like texture to the skin, dysuria, itching, discomfort, and excoriation. In more severe cases, the ****...
- Examples of information captured using codes from Chapter XVIII include; dysuria, seizure, hyperglycaemia, and sudden infant death syndrome. (R00) Abnormalities...
- N; Bouchot, O (15 June 1999). "[Micturation abnormalities. Pollakiuria, dysuria, vesicular retention, burning micturation, precipitant urination: diagnostic...
- is having any pain (and where?) or other symptoms such as coughing or dysuria, which may help to localize the source of the fever. A thorough physical...
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