urinary tract

NOUN
  1. the organs and tubes involved in the production and excretion of urine
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How To Use urinary tract In A Sentence

  • The subspecialty of female urology is concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of those urinary tract disorders most prevalent in females. Female Urologists
  • Luckily for us, although they have some fussy tastes, many of the bacteria they like to eat are major pathogens, so they eat proteus and proteus is a bacterium that causes a lot of urinary tract infections.
  • Although dogs and cats can be subject to urinary tract calculi, it is generally not in conjunction with chronic renal failure, since animals with CRF generally exhibit dilute urine coupled with polyuria.
  • The team is currently studying how the urothelium, the main cell type that covers the luminal surface of the bladder, forms a highly effective barrier, and how bacteria cause urinary tract infection (UTI). Newswise: Latest News
  • He denied having had a sexually transmitted disease, urinary tract infection, previous paraphimosis, instrumentation, piercings, or obstructive symptoms.
  • Imaging techniques can reveal the anatomy of the pelvic floor and lower urinary tract, and the inside of the bladder can be visualized directly with a cystoscope.
  • Typically, urgent intervention is not indicated for urolithiasis, but it may be necessary if the upper urinary tract is obstructed and infected, the renal function is compromised, or there is intractable pain or vomiting.
  • In acute infections of the urinary tract the patient may suffer severe pain.
  • Chronic blood loss from genitourinary tract cancer, chronic hemoptysis and bleeding disorders may result in iron deficiency but are much less common causes.
  • Most episodes are due to urinary tract infections and renal cyst rupture that relate to the underlying anatomical abnormalities.
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