Translation of urogenital in Spanish:

urogenital

urogenital, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌjʊroʊˈdʒɛnədl//ˌjʊərə(ʊ)ˈdʒɛnɪt(ə)l/

adjective

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    urogenital
    • It is possible that phyto-oestrogens in vegetables, particularly soya, interfere with urogenital development.
    • It is also used for abnormalities of the urogenital system and internal endocrine system.
    • The most common side effects include local urogenital pain and minor urethral bleeding.
    • Normally, a variety of beneficial bacteria in your intestines and urogenital tract protect you against harmful organisms, like yeast and viruses, that sneak in via the diet or other means.
    • Arthritis and back pain are the symptoms that reappear most often, but urogenital and eye inflammation also tend to recur.
    • Probiotics may be the solution to those pesky bladder and urogenital infections that many women can't shake.
    • The plate section at the end contains illustrations of the alimentary, cardiovascular, respiratory, lymphatic, musculoskeletal, nervous, endocrine, and urogenital systems.
    • The virus also uses anatomical compartments such as the central nervous system and the male urogenital tract to avoid antiviral therapies.
    • The physical examination focuses on the cardiovascular, neurologic and urogenital systems.
    • The disease mainly affects the urinary bladder, although involvement of sites outside the urogenital tract is increasingly being documented.
    • In the urogenital tract, there are sphincters at the exit from the bladder.
    • It found that oestrogen improved urogenital symptoms regardless of the route of administration.
    • Infection is the most common cause of dysuria and presents as cystitis, prostatitis, pyelonephritis, or urethritis, depending on the area of the urogenital tract that is most affected.
    • Although women report that hormone replacement therapy improves various menopausal symptoms, randomised clinical trials have proved that it is effective for only vasomotor and urogenital symptoms.
    • Transitional cell carcinoma of the bladder is the second most common urogenital cancer.
    • Increased number of viable organisms being shed and isolated in culture may indicate increased potential for transmission in persons with clinical signs of urogenital infection.
    • Hair is found on all parts of the skin except the palm and sole, and the oral, anal, and urogenital orifices.
    • Trials evaluating therapies for the management of menopause-related symptoms were conclusive only for estrogen in the management of vasomotor and urogenital symptoms.
    • This change could increase the risk of urogenital infections.
    • Antibiotic therapy is highly effective in eliminating some urogenital infections.