urinary tract n.
The passage from the pelvis of the kidney through the ureters, bladder, and urethra to the external urinary opening.
When I was 36 weeks pregnant, my nurse practitioner told me I had a urinary tract infection and prescribed an antibiotic.
Their app, Colorimetrix, is accurate enough to monitor conditions such as diabetes, kidney disease, and urinary tract infections.
A procedure to reopen his urinary tract could have been done under local anesthesia.
The kidneys strain out urea, uric acid, and certain other poisons from the blood and eject them through the urinary tract.
Red color indicates admixture of blood from a bleeding point at some part of the urinary tract, usually in the kidneys.
In suppurations of the urinary tract pus-producing organisms may be found.
Bed-sores and other trophic changes are common, and there is the usual risk of complications in relation to the urinary tract.
Such cells may come from the deeper layers of any part of the urinary tract.
Infection from bed-sores or from the urinary tract is the most common cause of death in cases that terminate fatally.
Their usual source is the deeper layers of the urinary tract, especially of the bladder.
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The series of organs in the urinary system in which urine is formed and excreted. In most vertebrates, the urinary tract consists mainly of the kidneys, ureters, and bladder. In most mammals, and some fish and birds, the urinary tract also includes the urethra.