Urethrītis


Urethrītis

Urethrītis (griech.), Harnröhrenentzündung, s. Harnröhre.


http://www.zeno.org/Meyers-1905. 1905–1909.

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  • urethritis — 1823, from URETHRA (Cf. urethra) + ITIS (Cf. itis) …   Etymology dictionary

  • urethritis — [yoor΄ə thrīt′is] n. [ModL: see URETHRA & ITIS] inflammation of the urethra …   English World dictionary

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  • urethritis — urethritic /yoor euh thrit ik/, adj. /yoor euh thruy tis/, n. Pathol. inflammation of the urethra. [1815 25; < NL; see URETHR , ITIS] * * * ▪ pathology       infection and inflammation of the urethra, the channel for passage of urine from the… …   Universalium

  • Urethritis — Inflammation of the urethra. (The urethra is the transport tube leading from the bladder to discharge urine outside the body.)Urethritis can be due to several causes, including sexually transmitted diseases such as Chlamydia, or irritation.… …   Medical dictionary

  • urethritis — n. inflammation of the urethra. This may be due to gonorrhoea (specific urethritis), another sexually transmitted infection, often infection with Chlamydia trachomatis (nongonococcal urethritis, NGU; or nonspecific urethritis, NSU), or to the… …   The new mediacal dictionary

  • urethritis — noun inflammation of the urethra; results in painful urination • Hypernyms: ↑urinary tract infection • Hyponyms: ↑nongonococcal urethritis, ↑NGU, ↑nonspecific urethritis, ↑NSU …   Useful english dictionary

  • Urethritis — Harnröhrenentzündung; Entzündung der Harnröhre * * * Ure|thri|tis auch: Ureth|ri|tis 〈f.; , thri|ti|den; Med.〉 Harnröhrenentzündung [→ Ureter] * * * Urethritis   [zu Urethra] die …   Universal-Lexikon


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