A gouty taint is undoubtedly often present in urethral rheumatism.
These drops are, he states, derived solely from the glands of Littré and the glands of Cowper (urethral and suburethral glands).
A urethral caruncle is a bright red, tender tumour, usually on the posterior portion of the urethral orifice.
Before passing the catheter, the nurse carefully wipes away the mucus from the urethral orifice.
It is supposed to correspond pathogenetically to urethral fever produced by the passage of a catheter.
And on 9-23-58, report of a urethral discharge sensitivity test.
He had now some ailments that had become chronic,—dyspepsia and a urethral complication, which often caused him intense suffering.
On September 29, 1958, the complaint was urethral discharge.
The formula used in preparing these urethral Crayons is one of the finest the great Civiale conceived.
"canal through which urine is discharged from the bladder," 1630s, from Late Latin urethra, from Greek ourethra "the passage for urine," coined by Hippocrates from ourein "to urinate," from ouron (see urine).
urethra u·re·thra (yu-rē'thrə)
n. pl. u·re·thras or u·re·thrae (-thrē)
The canal through which urine is discharged from the bladder in most mammals and through which semen is discharged in the male. Also called urogenital canal.
Plural urethras or urethrae (y-rē'thrē)
The duct through which urine passes from the bladder to the outside of the body in most mammals and some fish and birds. In males, the urethra passes through the penis and also serves as the duct for the release of sperm, which enter the urethra from the vas deferens.