1 ary tract (LUT) (bladder neck, prostate, and urethra).
2 ite in the cloaca (the primitive bladder and urethra).
3 h, as well as to maintain homeostasis of the urethra.
4 t it makes no detectable contribution to the urethra.
5 remains an option for the unreconstructable urethra.
6 comprising the bladder floor just above the urethra.
7 les are obtained directly from the cervix or urethra.
8 low-up regimen and treatment for the remnant urethra.
9 amples collected directly from the cervix or urethra.
10 he reflexes evoked by fluid flow through the urethra.
11 lumen reducing ligatures around the proximal urethra.
12 approximately a week relative to that in the urethra.
13 ction, we inoculated male mice in the meatus urethra.
14 neurons innervating the bladder or proximal urethra.
15 urethra differ from those innervating distal urethra.
16 he Lf receptor in niches other than the male urethra.
17 n store for N. gonorrhoeae in the human male urethra.
18 kinds of pain emanating from the bladder or urethra.
19 ized and the bladder filled retrogradely per urethra.
20 occurring in both the anterior and posterior urethra.
21 to cavitate, resulting in enlargement of the urethra.
22 ng the early stages of infection of the male urethra.
23 that he had inserted a safety pin within the urethra.
24 of the urethra, and one at the distal bulbar urethra.
25 ne the position of vaginal attachment to the urethra.
26 s where the sex ducts attach to the anterior urethra.
27 maining fistulas or strictures involving the urethra.
28 ract obstruction that is more common in male urethra.
29 sing from the pendulous part of the anterior urethra.
30 ng the presence of the safety pin within the urethra.
31 versized, or multiple openings of the penile urethra.
32 ) are putative pacemaker cells in the rabbit urethra.
33 aracterized by inflammation of the cervix or urethra.
34 mucosal tissues in the mouth and the penile urethra.
35 bout the nature of the local response in the urethra.
36 tates urinary continence by constricting the urethra.
37 ch continues to be defined by a low pressure urethra.
38 ction with the tissue-engineered tubularised urethras.
39 h time in a different area of the engineered urethras.
40 e/specimen, 0.17 (95% CI, 0.05-0.56) for the urethra, 0.44 (95% CI, 0.23-0.82) for the glans/corona,
41 Detection was lowest in urethra (10.1% and 10.2%) and semen (5.3% and 4.8%) samp
42 in those innervating the bladder or proximal urethra (18-22%).
43 t in vaginal atresia, masculinization of the urethra, a single urogenital sinus, and clitoral hypertr
44 rcular and longitudinal smooth muscle of the urethra all contribute to closure pressure.
45 sk of a second primary tumor of the retained urethra, all of which factor into decision-making around
46 in tissues containing the alpha(1A) (rabbit urethra), alpha(1B) (rat spleen), alpha(1D) (rat aorta),
47 egment of the pendulous part of the anterior urethra also showed significant distortion and irregular
48 ula are large (>2 cm), involve the prostatic urethra and are fibrotic often requiring a combination o
49 near incomplete filling defect in the penile urethra and associated mild dilatation of the anterior u
50 Smooth muscles from the urethra and bladder display characteristic patterns of s
51 ibers with varicosities were observed in the urethra and bladder neck region.
52 usually causes localized inflammation of the urethra and cervix by inducing production of IL-1beta an
53 n to the region of the gland proximal to the urethra and enrichment for sphere-forming and colony-for
54 hogenesis proposes the ascent of UPEC by the urethra and external adherence to the urothelium.
55 However, the closure defects of the distal urethra and glans can be attributed to a loss of apoptos
56 efined by the poor growth and closure of the urethra and glans penis.
57 icturition (induced by ligating the proximal urethra and infusing saline into the bladder), or electr
58 region of the mouse prostate proximal to the urethra and is upregulated after castration-induced pros
59 in cell adhesion events that tubularize the urethra and partition the urinary and alimentary tracts.
60 epithelial cell types present in the pelvic urethra and regions of the bladder.
61 In the adult male phantom, the prostatic urethra and seminal duct are also included explicitly in
62 tomy, a thorough assessment of the prostatic urethra and stroma is imperative for accurate staging an
63 he cavernous nerve both innervate the distal urethra and the distal vagina, as well as the clitoris a
64 Without protection, damage to the urethra and the NVB was demonstrated at both US and path
65 A fistula between the bulbous urethra and the scrotum was discovered by MDCT.
66 SF) is an abnormal communication between the urethra and the scrotum.
67 Voiding Cystourethrography evaluation of the urethra and the urinary bladder plays a very important r
68 e ability of the mutant to colonize the male urethra and to cause gonococcal urethritis.
69 lamydial inclusions in the epithelium of the urethra and urinary bladder.
70 isms that regulate development of the female urethra and vagina are largely unknown.
71 The supportive hammock under the urethra and vesical neck provides a firm backstop agains
72 possible, because larger animals have longer urethras and thus, higher gravitational force and higher
73 ditional sample (obtained from the cervix or urethra), and used an appropriate reference standard.
74 ss of Fgfr2-IIIb and Fgf10 expression in the urethra, and an associated hypospadias phenotype, sugges
75 was localized to the skin, vagina, bladder, urethra, and basal columnar cells of the caudal uterus i
76 complex coordination between the bladder and urethra, and disturbances in the system due to childbirt
77 three at the bulbomembranous junction of the urethra, and one at the distal bulbar urethra.
78 e, kidney collecting ducts, ureter, bladder, urethra, and thymus, but was absent in lung, blood vesse
79 ch receive afferent inputs from the bladder, urethra, and ureter.
80 urethral resection biopsies of the prostatic urethra are a sensitive means of detecting prostatic TCC
81 Tonic contractions of rabbit urethra are associated with spontaneous electrical slow
82 d sexually dimorphic patterning of the lower urethra are controlled by discrete regions of Fgfr2 acti
83 struction in both the anterior and posterior urethra are discussed, with reference to the recent lite
84 how sensory information from the bladder and urethra are integrated to switch reflex responses to ure
85 ws that the vessels and nerves supplying the urethra are particulary vulnerable to surgical technique
86 that regulate morphogenesis of the mammalian urethra are poorly understood.
87 morphonuclear leukocytes was detected in the urethra at 1 week p.i.
88 oma of the renal pelvis, ureter, bladder, or urethra at 16 sites in Finland, Germany, Spain, the UK,
89 If fluid enters the urethra at low bladder volumes, reflexes relax the bladd
90 at aberrantly connects the intestines to the urethra at the base of the bladder.
91 Ultimately, the issue of treatment of the urethra at the time of prolapse repair should be discuss
92 diagnostic and therapeutic management of the urethra before and during cystectomy as well as afterwar
93 Management of the urethra before, during, and after cystectomy, however, i
94 The described methodology produced a urethra bioscaffold that retained vital ECM proteins and
95 crucial first step towards the generation of urethra bioscaffold-based Tissue Engineering products.
96 ion of porcine urethras to produce acellular urethra bioscaffolds for future tissue engineering appli
97 luate the recellularization of the acellular urethra bioscaffolds.
98 nized 10 days post infection (p.i.), and the urethra, bladder, epididimydes, and testes were cultured
99 excision or secondary to perforation of the urethra by a stone.
100 atrogenic or secondary to perforation of the urethra by a stone.
101 cells at the dorsal aspect of the prostatic urethra by lineage tracing.
102 Dilation or direct vision incision of the urethra can be utilized as a temporizing technique, with
103 Tubularised urethras can be engineered and remain functional in a cl
104 These engineered urethras can be used in patients who need complex urethr
105 tract injuries, both of the bladder and the urethra, caused by blunt or penetrating trauma to the lo
106 inence mainly suffer from malfunction of the urethra closure mechanism.
107 chanical stimulation of the urinary bladder, urethra, colon and penis, and electrical stimulation of
108 al Mesenchymal Pad (VMP) as well as adjacent urethra comprised of smooth muscle and peri-urethral mes
109 e method of extraction of a foreign body per urethra depends on the size and shape of the foreign bod
110 from two cell populations, with the proximal urethra developing from endoderm and the distal urethra
111 the palate, ventricular septum, neural tube, urethra, diaphragm and eye.
112 rent neurons innervating bladder or proximal urethra differ from those innervating distal urethra.
113 Stricture free rates from urethra dilatation and DVIU vary from 10 to 90% at 12 mo
114 ere evaluated with regard to target coverage urethra dose, tolerance to error, and complexity of proc
115 saline provides effective protection for the urethra during such procedures.
116 ribute the key convertases for proHD5 in the urethra during these infections.
117 ving the unique profile of alpha(1A) (rabbit urethra, EC(50) = 0.60 microM) agonism with alpha(1B) (r
118 odissection and partial digestion, different urethra ECM-derived coating substrates were formulated (
119 d associated mild dilatation of the anterior urethra ending in a smooth bulge.
120 how sensory information from the bladder and urethra engages differential, state-dependent reflexes t
121 -1]), and CCL5 (RANTES) were elicited in the urethra following primary infection, but only CCL5 showe
122 indicated when it is not feasible to use the urethra for evacuation (e.g. bladder exstrophy, neurogen
123 ing early external genitalia development and urethra formation are poorly understood.
124 thra developing from endoderm and the distal urethra forming from an apical ectodermal invagination,
125 ers of the renal pelvis, ureter, bladder, or urethra, from eight hospitals in the USA and Israel.
126 y be protective against HPV infection of the urethra, glans/corona, and penile shaft.
127 itive A-fiber neurons innervating the distal urethra had a larger average somal size than neurons inn
128 lications; magnetic resonance imaging of the urethra has been one of the modalities that has been inv
129 The penile urethra has been reported to develop from two cell popul
130 orpus cavermosum, kidney, testis, ureter and urethra have been created in the laboratory, with varyin
131 les of sensory feedback from the bladder and urethra in regulating reflexes in the lower urinary trac
132 t responses to a range of fluid flows in the urethra in vivo and describes a previously unknown long-
133 ndal afferent responses to fluid flow in the urethra in vivo in the rat.
134 dder (primarily in the pelvic nerve) and the urethra (in the pudendal and pelvic nerves) to maintain
135 We report that the entire urethra, including the distal (glandar) region, is deriv
136 pulate sensory feedback from the bladder and urethra independently by controlling bladder volume and
137 t the plasma extravasation in the bladder or urethra induced by intravesical infusion of 0.25% acetic
138 uss a case of a safety pin within the bulbar urethra inserted by a young boy for sexual gratification
139 The urethra is a complex organ that maintains continence via
140 Our findings reveal that the urethra is a flow-enhancing device, enabling the urinary
141 k provides a firm backstop against which the urethra is compressed during increases in abdominal pres
142 Sensory information from the urethra is essential to maintain continence and to achie
143 icularly in the functional assessment of the urethra, it is clear that these diagnostic techniques ca
144 developed granulation tissue in the larynx, urethra, lacrimal duct, and external auditory canal.
145 egulator in the androgen-mediated pathway of urethra morphogenesis.
146 1-30.1]), and for cancers of the bladder and urethra (n=5; 4.0 [1.3-9.2]) and eye (n=2; 10.5 [1.3-37.
147 formation in which the opening of the penile urethra occurs on the ventral side of the penis) was ass
148 from biopsy samples taken from the proximal urethra of patients undergoing surgery for bladder or pr
149 on congenital condition in boys in which the urethra opens on the underside of the penis.
150 ly in male patients and occurs at the bulbar urethra or bulbomembranous junction.
151 1 (24%) had tumors detected in the prostatic urethra or ducts (T4p).
152 ans/corona (OR, 0.47; 95% CI, 0.37-0.60) and urethra (OR, 0.35; 95% CI, 0.12-1.05) compared with site
153 for primary melanomas of the vulva, vagina, urethra, ovary, and the uterine cervix.
154 model showed 1 to be more selective for the urethra over the vasculature than A-61603 (2), ST-1059 (
155 are better adapted than other E. coli to the urethra, periurethra, and vagina, the authors reasoned t
156 Urethra-to-bladder and urethra-to-urethra reflexes appear to be important for coordination
157 tures) as possible should be removed and the urethra repaired.
158 subjects inserted the swab 1/4 in. into the urethra, rotated the swab, and then withdrew the swab (m
159 Exclusion of urethra, semen, and either perianal, scrotal, or anal sa
160 ivity of the EUS is modulated by bladder and urethra sensory neurons.
161 Further examination of the proximal urethra showed a separate pathway (deep perineal nerve)
162 Urethras, similar to other long tubularised tissues, can
163 %) of C-fiber neurons innervating the distal urethra than in those innervating the bladder or proxima
164 or expression of the Lf receptor in the male urethra that are balanced by others against expression o
165 inflammatory infiltrate was observed in the urethra that by 5 to 6 weeks was mainly composed of mono
166 l nerve carries sensory information from the urethra that controls spinal reflexes necessary to maint
167 e specialised pacemaking cells in the rabbit urethra that may be responsible for initiating the slow
168 polymodal chemosensory cell in the mammalian urethra, the potential portal of entry for bacteria and
169 parechyma, renal pelvis, ureter, bladder and urethra; they show evidence of shared genetic aetiology,
170 tions occurred at the proximal (deep) bulbar urethra, three at the bulbomembranous junction of the ur
171 sis of the local immune response in the male urethra to a chlamydial genital infection.
172 enin signaling is required in the endodermal urethra to activate and maintain Fgf8 expression and dir
173 dy, Fast Blue was injected into the proximal urethra to label urethral afferent neurons.
174 al grafting or with dissection of the formed urethra to the bulb to achieve straightening while conse
175 tive agent, capable of colonization from the urethra to the kidneys in both extracellular and intrace
176 r vagina and subsequently ascend through the urethra to the urinary tract, where they cause UTIs.
177 established the decellularization of porcine urethras to produce acellular urethra bioscaffolds for f
178 visceral organs (bladder, descending colon, urethra) to MRF.
179 Urethra-to-bladder and urethra-to-urethra reflexes appea
180 Urethra-to-bladder and urethra-to-urethra reflexes appear to be important for c
181 ipsilateral and inserted into the prostatic urethra (two cases, both with reflux) or into the semina
182 control other tonic SMCs (gastrointestinal, urethra, ureter).
183 Positive cultures were obtained from the urethra, urinary bladder, and epididimydes, and the ID(5
184 Positive cultures from the urethra, urinary bladder, epididymides, and testes were
185 h 5 x 10(4) IFU had positive cultures of the urethra, urinary bladder, epididymides, and/or testes.
186 ssess the effectiveness of tissue-engineered urethras using patients' own cells in patients who neede
187 Techniques for urethra-vesical anastomosis following radical prostatect
188 /-);Spry2(-/-) embryos, the internal tubular urethra was absent, and urothelial morphology and organi
189 The urethra was malformed in the colliculus region and was s
190 volume (PFV) anteriorly associated with the urethra was measured.
191 e epithelium comprising the bladder neck and urethra was unaffected by the lack of KLF5.
192 sma extravasation in the urinary bladder and urethra were examined in urethane-anesthetized rats.
193 ions develop via ascending route through the urethra, where bacterial cells come in contact with huma
194 minate along the intraluminal surface of the urethra, whereas the dorsal nerve of the penis primarily
195 emical irritation of the urinary bladder and urethra which activated neurons only in L(6)-S(1) and pr
196 region of the gland that is proximal to the urethra, which has been identified as the prostate stem
197 be attributed to a loss of apoptosis in the urethra, which is consistent with reduced Bmp7 expressio
198 opment of the vagina and feminization of the urethra, which may account for development of a single u
199 ed by sensory information in the bladder and urethra will open new opportunities, especially in neuro
200 n, inoculation of WT male mice in the meatus urethra with a human serovar of C. trachomatis resulted
201 sion, inoculation of male mice in the meatus urethra with C. trachomatis MoPn results in an infection
202 oculated C3H/HeN (H-2(k)) mice in the meatus urethra with C. trachomatis serovar D.
203 (k)) male mice were inoculated in the meatus urethra with doses ranging from 10(1) to 10(7) inclusion
204 d mesenchyme and extension of the endodermal urethra within an ectodermal epithelial capsule.
205 Collagenase dispersal of strips of rabbit urethra yielded, in addition to normal spindle-shaped sm
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