Origin of urethra
OTHER WORDS FROM urethrau·re·thral, adjectivesub·u·re·thral, adjectivetrans·u·re·thral, adjective
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH urethraureter, urethra
How to use urethra in a sentence
Before passing the catheter, the nurse carefully wipes away the mucus from the urethral orifice.
A urethral caruncle is a bright red, tender tumour, usually on the posterior portion of the urethral orifice.
He had now some ailments that had become chronic,—dyspepsia and a urethral complication, which often caused him intense suffering.William Hickling Prescott|Harry Thurston Peck
On September 29, 1958, the complaint was urethral discharge.
And on 9-23-58, report of a urethral discharge sensitivity test.