- Dysuria : vague term; often taken to mean discomfort or pain on passing urine
- Frequency :
- Haematuria : Blood in the urine. This can be microscopic (invisible to the naked eye) or macroscopic (obvious on inspection).
- Hesitancy :
- Nocturia : Excessive micturition during the night.
- Pain : The exact location of pain will depend on the part of the urinary tract affected.
- Urinary incontinence - involuntary passing of urine
- Urinary retention - inability to pass urine from a filled bladder
Can be classified into causes or along anatomical lines:
The term urinary tract infection is a general term that does not indicate either the location or severity of the infection. It can cover a range of infections, from uncomplicated, self-limiting cystitis to life-threatening, systemic urosepsis. In common parlance, it often refers to uncomplicated cystits and urethritis, but for clarity it is helpful to be more specific about the location and the context of an UTI.
see also Urinary tract infection:
Upper Urinary Tract
- Renal-cell carcinoma
Lower Urinary Tract
Male Reproductive Tract
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