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something visible or evident that gives grounds for believing in the existence or presence of something else

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(medicine) any sensation or change in bodily function that is experienced by a patient and is associated with a particular disease

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anything that accompanies X and is regarded as an indication of X's existence

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Common Signs and Symptoms Reported by the Patient wit IC Suprapubic Pressure and Pain Irritative Voiding Symptoms * Urinary frequency * Urinary urgency * Painful urination * Urinary frequency at night Pain with Sexual Intercourse
The most common presenting symptoms in patients of genitourinary tuberculosis are irritative voiding symptoms and hematuria in 60% and 50% cases respectively (12,13).In our series irritative voiding symptoms were seen in 41(72%) cases, hematuria in 22(38.5%) and constitutional symptoms in 18(31 %) cases.
Bladder wall lipoma in patient with irritative voiding symptoms. Urology 2005;66:653-4.
The incidence matches closely with that reported in study by Radecka et al,6 irritative voiding symptoms were found in 37% patients in their study.
She added that complications with cystoscopy are generally mild and occur only rarely but can include dysuria, irritative voiding symptoms, infection, and bladder spasms.
A 23-year-old female came to our outpatient clinic with intermittent and repetitive episodes of macroscopic hematuria and irritative voiding symptoms for 13 years.
Patient may present with irritative voiding symptoms including frequency, dysuria, hematuria and stranguaiy.
The most common presenting complaint is irritative voiding symptoms.[sup.3] Given the rarity of these lesions, it is difficult to identify risk factors with confidence, but it is believed that they are similar to those associated with urothelial cell carcinoma, including smoking and exposure to aromatic amines.[sup.4] The typical visual appearance of these lesions resembles that of low-grade papillary urothelial cell carcinoma.