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- adj. Pertaining to the urethra.
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- adj. Of or pertaining to the urethra.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to the urethra.
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- adj. of or relating to the urethra
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The reasons for this are poorly understood, and the syndrome has been referred to as urethral incompetence.
A two-inchish tube that runs from your bladder to your pee hole also known as your urethral opening.
The lining membrane is thrown into longitudinal folds, one of which, placed along the floor of the canal, is termed the urethral crest.
The patient complains of various disorders of the digestive organs, great pain in the loins and back, chilliness, followed by fever, especially after the use of the catheter, which sometimes produces symptoms so serious as to give rise to what is known as urethral fever.
According to my new favorite book ever, "Guide to Getting it On," the G-Spot, also called the urethral sponge, is spongy tissue that surrounds the urethra (that tube that carries your pee).
When he returned there in 1976, he said his supervisor, Dr. K.ng K. Holmes, suggested that they seek a cause for the so-called urethral syndrome, which could produce painful and frequent urination among women.
More rarely, bleeding between periods can indicate a more serious problem such as urethral prolapse, diabetes, uterine fibroids and cancer.
Fetal MRI showing 22-week fetus with posterior urethral valves.
The sonographic appearance of the fetal bladder was that of a “keyhole sign,” indicating a proximal urethral obstruction such as posterior urethral valves or urethral atresia.
The baby had a vesicostomy placed after delivery, followed by correction of the outlet obstruction, which proved to be posterior urethral valves.