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Dysuria investigation

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David Godfrey


Introduction

  • Dysuria is defined as painful and/or difficult urination.
  • Clinical evaluation of urinary function can be accomplished by a series of diagnostic procedures.
  • Physical examination and a full history of the patient are important in the diagnosis of urinary tract disease.
  • Observation of the patient during urination is very helpful.

Is it likely that the patient has urinary tract disease?

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Causes of dysuria

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Imaging

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Laboratory investigation

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Prognostic indicators

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