Definition of Dysurias
1. dysuria [n] - See also: dysuria
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Literary usage of Dysurias
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Transactions of the Colorado State Medical Society by Colorado State Medical Society (1900)
"Tuberculosis of the prostate as well as malignant growths of the bladder and neck, calculi, etc., may produce frequent dysurias similar to those due to a ..."
2. Diagnostics of the diseases of children by Le Grand Kerr (1907)
"In the treatment fails, then it is strong evidence that we are deal- with neuralgia of the pudendal nerves. The most intense of dysurias are those which are ..."
3. Viage de España: En que se da noticia de las cosas mas apreciables, y dignas by Antonio Ponz (1781)
"18 Tienen acreditada su virtud en las enfermedades que proceden de cólicos diarios^ de vómitos frequentes , de supresiones de orina , de dysurias, ..."
4. Premier congrès international d'urologie, Paris, 30 Septembre-3 Octobre 1908 (1908)
"This inhibition explains some dysurias or retentions observed on women. Retentions with no obstacle, but with lesions of the bladder ..."