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*  Posterior urethral valve
Play media Posterior urethral obstruction was first classified by H. H. Young in 1919. The verumontanum, or mountain ridge, is ... Dewan, Paddy (2014-07-19). "Posterior Urethral Obstruction: COPUM". Bangladesh Journal of Endosurgery. 2 (1): 29-32. doi: ... "Emedicine - Posterior urethral valves - overview and treatment". Emedicine. Retrieved July 26, 2010. "Posterior urethral valves ... that obstruction in the posterior urethra is more appropriately termed congenital obstructions of the posterior urethral ...
*  Cystometry
... urethral obstruction, and overactive bladder, among others. The procedure is relatively short, ranging from fifteen minutes to ...
*  Chronic prostatitis/chronic pelvic pain syndrome
Chiari R (1983). "Urethral obstruction and prostatitis". Int Urol Nephrol. 15 (3): 245-55. doi:10.1007/BF02083011. PMID 6654631 ... Some conditions have similar symptoms to chronic prostatitis: Bladder neck hypertrophy and urethral stricture may both cause ... Complications of the lower urinary tract secondary to urethral stenosis]". Actas Urol Esp (in Spanish). 20 (9): 786-93. PMID ...
*  Feline lower urinary tract disease
Renal failure and uremia will follow within 36-48 hours of complete urethral obstruction. The time from complete obstruction ... Complete urethral obstruction is fatal if left untreated. FLUTD is a common disease in adult cats, affecting from 0.5% to 1% of ... Urethral obstruction is a serious medical emergency which will lead to death if not treated in time. Any cat suspected of ... A complete urethral obstruction can happen suddenly and is life-threatening; therefore, immediate treatment is necessary. A ...
*  Urethrostomy
Ideally, the urethral obstruction is removed or temporarily bypassed with urethral flushing (urohydropulsion) and the placement ... Rarely, an urethral obstruction cannot not be removed on initial presentation and emergency surgery must be performed ... PetPlace: What is a Perineal Urethrostomy? Carbone, M.G. (July 1, 1963). "Perineal Urethrostomy to Relieve Urethral Obstruction ... At this level, the urethra is considered wide enough to create an adequate stoma, or urethral opening. The urethra is sutured ...
*  Prostatic stent
A novel temporary prostatic stent for the relief of prostatic urethral obstruction. BJU Int 2004;93:346-48 UroToday - European ... Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) is the most common cause, but obstruction may also occur acutely after treatment for BPH ... They may cause mild discomfort They can become dislodged, leading to urinary obstruction or total incontinence. They can become ... Permanent stents are used to relieve urinary obstructions secondary to benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), recurrent bulbar ...
*  Cystocentesis
Therapeutic cystocentesis may be employed to relieve pressure buildup due to urethral obstruction. Therapeutic cystocentesis is ... A safer method of emptying the urinary bladder in this condition is by urethral catheterization. "Cystocentesis". Washington ...
*  Welsh Corgi
However, the Pembroke breed showed a higher proportion of deaths attributed to either kidney failure or a urethral obstruction ... With regards to their health, according to a 2004 survey, they both had similar lifespans, although kidney or urethral ...
*  Degarelix
... urethral obstruction, and spinal cord compression. Drug agencies have issued boxed warnings regarding this phenomenon in the ...
*  List of MeSH codes (C12)
... urethral neoplasms MeSH C12.777.767.700 --- urethral obstruction MeSH C12.777.767.700.150 --- bladder neck obstruction MeSH ... renal artery obstruction MeSH C12.777.419.780 --- renal insufficiency MeSH C12.777.419.780.500 --- kidney failure MeSH C12.777. ... bladder neck obstruction MeSH C12.777.103.312 --- bladder neoplasms MeSH C12.777.103.374 --- bladder, neurogenic MeSH C12.777. ... urethral neoplasms MeSH C12.777.103.124 --- bladder calculi MeSH C12.777.103.132 --- bladder exstrophy MeSH C12.777.103.187 ...
*  List of diseases (U)
... disease Urban-Rogers-Meyer syndrome Urban-Schosser-Spohn syndrome Urea cycle enzymopathies Uremia Urethral obstruction sequence ...
*  Phellodendron amurense
... suggesting that it may be useful in the treatment of urological disorders caused by prostatic urethral obstruction such as ...
*  Urethral bulking injections
... having a urethral stricture, having a urethral obstruction or having fragile or sensitive tissue where the injections are to be ... A urethral bulking injection is one type of treatment for incontinence in women. Urethral bulking injections are considered by ... Another diagnostic tool is the urethral pressure profile. This measures the maximum urethral closure strength. The physician ... Urethral instability is identified by the angle of the urethra. This can be evaluated when the woman lays on her back and the ...
*  Hydronephrosis
Common causes include bladder dysfunction (such as neurogenic bladder) and urethral obstruction (such as posterior urethral ... The obstruction may be either partial or complete and can occur anywhere from the urethral meatus to the calyces of the renal ... Lower urinary tract obstruction (such as that caused by bladder outflow obstruction secondary to prostatic hypertrophy) is ... Common causes of upper tract obstruction include obstructing stones and ureteropelvic junction (UPJ) obstruction caused by ...
*  Renal papillary necrosis
... any obstruction (urethral) can be dealt with via stenting. This condition is not linked to a higher possibility of renal ... It is a sequence of vascular occlusion, vasospasm, then infection and finally obstruction which leads to RPN. Individuals with ... A mnemonic for the causes of renal papillary necrosis is POSTCARDS: pyelonephritis, obstruction of the urogenital tract, sickle ...
*  Hematuria
Non-vascular-ureteropelvic junction obstruction, posterior urethral valves, urethral prolapse, urethral diverticula, ... The two most common causes of hematuria are related to kidney stones causing obstruction or infection of the prostate or ... Common causes of visible hematuria in pediatric populations are: urinary tract infection perineal or urethral irritation ...
*  Renal ultrasonography
Enlargement of the urinary collecting system is usually related to urinary obstruction and can include the pelvis, the calyces ... primary megaureter and posterior urethral valve (Figure 13). In the latter, both kidneys will be affected. In adults, ... Several conditions can result in urinary obstruction. In both adults and children, masses, such as abscesses and tumors, can ... However, in, e.g., urinary obstruction and vesicoureteric reflux with dilation of the ureter, the proximal part in continuation ...
*  Intermittent catheterisation
... and non-neurogenic bladder disorders like obstruction due to prostate enlargement, urethral strictures or post-operative ... But such continuous catheterisation can lead to problems like urinary tract infections (UTI), urethral strictures or male ...
*  Urology
... obstructions, blockages (e.g., urethral strictures), and occasionally, childbirth, can necessitate reconstructive surgery. The ... and simple urethral and ureteral procedures. Recently, the addition of laparoscopy and robotics has further subdivided this ...
*  Urinary retention
Congenital urethral valves Phimosis or pinhole meatus Circumcision Obstruction in the urethra, for example a stricture (usually ... Other treatments may include medication to decrease the size of the prostate, urethral dilation, a urethral stent, or surgery. ... Cancers of the urinary tract can cause urinary obstruction but the process is more gradual. Cancer of the bladder, prostate or ... In the longer term, obstruction of the urinary tract may cause: Bladder stones Atrophy of the detrusor muscle (atonic bladder ...
*  Obstructive uropathy
Causes include urolithiasis, posterior urethral valves and ureteral herniation. Symptoms, less likely in chronic obstruction, ... Treatment of the obstruction at the level of the ureter: Open surgery. Less invasive treatment: laparoscopic correction. ... dead link] Treatment of ureteropelvic junction obstruction using a detachable inflatable stent: initial experience by Timotheus ... depending on the level of obstruction. Treatment, depending on cause, may require prompt drainage of the bladder via ...
*  Seminal colliculus
... in which there is a developmental obstruction of the urethra in newborn male infants. Urethral carcinoid tumors have been ... "Posterior Urethral Valve. Emedicine, Radiology". eMedicine. July 18, 2010. Retrieved July 18, 2010. Maxwell Smith, M Scott ... The landmark is important in classification of several urethral developmental disorders. The margins of seminal colliculus are ... The verumontanum is an important anatomic landmark for pathology in a congenital anomaly known as posterior urethral valves, ...
*  Urethral sounding
... sounding is the medical use of probes called sounds to increase the inner diameter of the urethra and to locate obstructions in ... Urethral sounding and urethral play are also used to refer to this practice in a sexual context. Urethral play can involve the ... The insertion of foreign bodies into the urethra can present serious medical problems: see urethral foreign body. Urethral ... ISBN 1-890159-34-4. BMEzine.com article with links to images of urethral sounds Is the Penetration of the Urethra Even Possible ...
*  Dyssynergia
Urethral stents are thin wires that are placed within the urethra to either treat or prevent obstruction of urine flowing from ... Anal sphincter dyssynergia can be caused by obstructions, but mostly improper relaxing of the anal sphincters or pelvic floor ...
*  Vesicoureteral reflux
Posterior urethral valves; urethral or meatal stenosis. These causes are treated surgically when possible. Bladder instability ... The obstructions may be anatomical or functional. Secondary VUR can be further divided into anatomical and functional groups. ... mechanism is initially intact and healthy but becomes overwhelmed by increased bladder pressures associated with obstruction, ...
*  Stress incontinence
By using electronic devices or diaries to track when the bladder and urethral muscles contract, the patient can gain control ... thigh pain and bladder outlet obstruction. The TVT-SECUR was designed to minimize the operative procedure as much as possible ... Haliloglu B, Karateke A, Coksuer H, Peker H, Cam C (February 2010). "The role of urethral hypermobility and intrinsic ... This can stabilize overactive muscles and stimulate contraction of urethral muscles. Clinical research published in the British ...