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Acute urethral syndrome

Disease  Acute upper airway obstruction  Acyl-CoA dehydrogenase

Acute Urethral Syndrome
Some people have symptoms of cystitis but have a bacterial count lower than that ordinarily found in UTI. Such patients are sometimes diagnosed with acute urethral syndrome. This condition is usually caused by E.

Acute urethral syndrome: Acute urethral syndrome, which occurs in women, produces dysuria and pyuria (dysuria-pyuria syndrome) due to bacterial urinary pathogens. Occasionally, it is caused by N. gonorrhoeae, TB, or fungal disease or by trauma or inflammation of the urethra.

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C trachomatis can cause endometritis, cervicitis, acute PID, and acute urethral syndrome in all women and chorioamnionitis, postpartum endometritis, and gestational bleeding in pregnant women.

See also: See also: Urethral syndrome, Cystitis, Urinary tract, Urinary Tract Infection, Chlamydia

Disease  Acute upper airway obstruction  Acyl-CoA dehydrogenase

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