genitourinary


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Related to genitourinary: genitourinary system, Genitourinary medicine, Genitourinary tract, Genitourinary disorders
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Synonyms for genitourinary

of or related to the genital and urinary organs or their functions

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Epstein, MD, review 3 of the most common differential diagnoses encountered in a large consultation service in genitourinary pathology: partial atrophy versus prostatic acinar adenocarcinoma, oncocytoma versus chromophobe renal cell carcinoma (RCC), and urothelial carcinoma in situ versus normal urothelium and reactive atypia.
Abstract #2510, Board P001, Poster Session: Genitourinary Malignancies (Hall C)
In over 90% of genitourinary TB, there is an abnormal urinalysis, with the most common finding being sterile pyuria in an acidic urine with or without hematuria.
5 when asphyxia was diagnosed at birth, but the rates for other genitourinary and respiratory infections remained the same.
No intestinal perforation or genitourinary abnormalities were noted.
Dr Abayomi Opaneye, consultant in genitourinary medicine at James Cook University Hospital said: "This time last year we could only see about a third to a quarter of the demand.
Key Words: sarcoidosis, noncaseating granulomas, genitourinary sarcoidosis, testicular sarcoidosis, epididymal sarcoidosis
If this sounds familiar then get a checkup at your local genitourinary clinic where they can do a blood test for syphilis.
Finally, I approached my local genitourinary clinic which referred me to a psychosexual counsellor.
In terms of segments with growth potential, the report cites digestive drugs, metabolic drugs, anti-tumor agents, central nervous system drugs, genitourinary drugs, hormone agents and diagnostic products.
The Guild of Students at the University of Birmingham in Edgbaston have voted to call on the South Birmingham Primary Care Trust to open a Genitourinary Medicine Clinic in association with the University Hospital.
Routine STD screening of sexually active women aged 15-24, although recommended in federal guidelines, is uncommon in primary care visits at hospital-based clinics: In 1997-2000, only 4% of such visits by women in this age-group who had no genitourinary symptoms included testing for an STD.
The acquisition of pumosetrag is further execution of Dynogen's plan to rapidly and efficiently build a high value drug development portfolio of drug candidates for genitourinary and gastrointestinal disorders where there are limited therapeutic options for people suffering from these conditions," commented Lee R.
The North-East has five dedicated Genitourinary Medicine (GUM) clinics for the treatment of STIs.