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Dysuria

Aka: Dysuria, Urethritis
  1. See Also
    1. Urinary Tract Infection
    2. Urinary Tract Infection in Children
    3. Dysuria in Women
    4. Periuretheral Contact Dermatitis in Women
    5. Dysuria in Men
    6. Dysuria in Children
  2. Definition
    1. Burning or stinging of the Urethra with voiding
  3. Causes: By Cohort
    1. See Dysuria in Women
    2. See Dysuria in Men
    3. See Dysuria in Children
  4. Causes: Infectious
    1. Urinary Tract Infection
      1. Cystitis
      2. Pyelonephritis
      3. Urethritis
    2. Sexually Transmitted Infections
      1. Chlamydia trachomatis (15-40% of cases)
      2. NeisseriaGonorrhea
      3. Gut flora (following anal intercourse)
      4. Genital Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV II)
      5. Mycoplasma genitalium
      6. Ureaplasma urealyticum
      7. Trichomonas vaginalis
    3. Other genitourinary infections
      1. Women
        1. See Dysuria in Women
        2. Vulvovaginitis (e.g. Bacterial Vaginosis, yeast Vaginitis)
        3. Cervicitis
      2. Men
        1. See Dysuria in Men
        2. Prostatitis
        3. Epididymitis or Orchitis
  5. Causes: Dermatologic
    1. Contact Dermatitis
      1. See Periuretheral Contact Dermatitis in Women
      2. Spermacidal gel
      3. Topical deodorants
    2. Lichen Sclerosus
    3. Lichen Planus
    4. Psoriasis
    5. Behcet Syndrome
  6. Causes: Medication and food causes of Dysuria
    1. Medications
      1. Dopamine
      2. Cantharidin
      3. Ticarcillin
      4. Penicillin G
      5. Cyclophosphamide
      6. Opioids
      7. Ketamine
      8. Nifedipine
    2. Food and herbal supplement adverse effects
      1. Saw Palmetto
      2. Pumpkin seeds
  7. Causes: Miscellaneous
    1. Urethral
      1. Urethral stricture
      2. Urethral diverticulum
      3. Reiter's Syndrome
      4. Local Urethral Trauma (e.g. Bicycling, horse back riding)
    2. Bladder
      1. Bladder Cancer
    3. Kidney
      1. Renal Cancer
      2. Nephrolithiasis
    4. Abdomen and Pelvis
      1. Lymphoma
      2. Pelvic Irradiation
      3. Genitourinary foreign body (e.g. stent)
  8. Causes: Miscellaneous - Men
    1. See Dysuria in Men
    2. Prostate
      1. Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia
      2. Prostate Cancer
  9. Causes: Miscellaneous - Women
    1. See Dysuria in Women
    2. Vulva and Vagina
      1. Atrophic Vaginitis
      2. Vaginal cancer
      3. Vulvar Cancer
    3. Uterus
      1. Endometriosis
      2. Uterine Fibroids (paraurethral)
  10. Causes: Psychogenic and social
    1. Somatization
    2. Chronic Pain Syndrome (e.g. Chronic Pelvic Pain)
    3. Major Depression
    4. Chemical Dependency
    5. Sexual abuse
  11. History: Characteristics of Dysuria
    1. Timing
      1. Start of void: Urethral source
      2. End of void: Bladder source
    2. Pain location
      1. Cystitis
        1. Bladder and Urethral pain
      2. Bladder distention
        1. Suprapubic or retropubic pressure
      3. Vaginitis
        1. External pain distribution
      4. Prostatitis (or other deeper pelvic source)
        1. Deep perineal pain
      5. Epididymitis
        1. Testicular Pain
  12. History: Associated symptoms and contributing factors
    1. Bladder and lower urinary tract symptoms
      1. Urinary frequency or urinary urgency
      2. Hematuria
      3. Abnormal Urine Odor
      4. Urinary Incontinence
      5. Nocturia
    2. Kidney and upper urinary tract symptoms
      1. Flank pain
      2. Fever
      3. Nausea or Vomiting
    3. Past medical history
      1. Pyelonephritis
      2. Nephrolithiasis
      3. Sexually Transmitted Infection
      4. Genitourinary procedures
      5. Genitourinary malignancy
    4. Medications and topical agents
      1. Exposures to possible urinary tract irritants or external Contact Dermatitis causes
    5. Additional history in women
      1. Pregnancy, current Contraception and Last Menstrual Period
      2. Vaginal Discharge or vaginal irritation
    6. Additional history in men
      1. Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia
      2. Testicular Pain
  13. Exam
    1. Abdominal exam
      1. Abdominal tenderness (e.g. suprapubic tenderness)
      2. Flank tenderness (costovertebral angle tenderness)
      3. Suprapubic fullness (Bladder distention)
    2. Female genitourinary exam
      1. Vulvar lesions (e.g. vessicles or ulcerations)
      2. Inguinal Lymphadenopathy
      3. Vaginal Discharge
      4. Vaginal Atrophy
      5. Cervical discharge
      6. Cervical motion tenderness
    3. Male genitourinary exam
      1. Penile discharge
      2. Penile Lesions, esp. at meatus (e.g. Vesicles, ulcers)
      3. Inguinal Lymphadenopathy
      4. Epididymal or testicular tenderness
      5. Swollen, tender Prostate
    4. Skin exam
      1. Localized genitourinary dermatitis (e.g. HSV, Contact Dermatitis, chronic inflammatory condition)
    5. Polyarthritis
      1. Gonococcus (associated with scattered Pustules)
      2. Reiter's Syndrome (associated with Conjunctivitis)
  14. Labs
    1. Urinalysis
    2. Urine Culture
    3. Consider Gonorrhea PCR and Chlamydia PCR testing
  15. Imaging
    1. Bladder and renal Ultrasound (or Bedside Ultrasound)
      1. Bladder distention (may also be detected with Bladder scan or post-void residual catheterization)
      2. Hydronephrosis
    2. CT Abdomen and Pelvis without contrast
      1. Nephrolithiasis
    3. CT Abdomen and Pelvis with and without contrast (CT Urogram)
      1. Hematuria evaluation for malignancy
    4. Cystoscopy
      1. Hematuria evaluation for malignancy
      2. Interstitial Cystitis
  16. Management: Persistent Dysuria with unremarkable evaluation
    1. Urge Incontinence or Overactive Bladder
      1. Pelvic Floor Exercises and Bladder TrainingExercises
    2. Topical or systemic irritants
      1. Discontinue offending agents
  17. ' Consider regional pain sources
      1. Endometriosis
      2. Interstitial Cystitis
  18. References
    1. Bremnor (2002) Am Fam Physician 65(8):1589-97 [PubMed]
    2. Michels (2015) Am Fam Physician 92(9): 778-86 [PubMed]

Dysuria (C0013428)

Definition (MSHCZE) Obtížné a bolestivé MOČENÍ, provázené pálením a řezáním. Příznak zánětu močových cest, popř. pohlavních orgánů. (cit. Velký lékařský slovník online, 2012 http://lekarske.slovniky.cz/ )
Definition (NCI_FDA) Difficulty or pain in urination.
Definition (NCI) Difficulty or pain in urination.
Definition (MSH) Painful URINATION. It is often associated with infections of the lower URINARY TRACT.
Concepts Sign or Symptom (T184)
MSH D053159
ICD9 788.1
ICD10 R30.0, R30, R30.9
SnomedCT 207159007, 207162005, 207160002, 158461004, 207604009, 139423000, 158463001, 158460003, 49650001
English MICTURITION PAINFUL, Dysuria NOS, Painful urination, [D]Dysuria, [D]Dysuria NOS, [D]Painful urination, Painful micturit,unspecif, Painful micturition, unspecified, [D]Dysuria (context-dependent category), [D]Dysuria NOS (context-dependent category), [D]Painful urination (context-dependent category), Dysuria, [X]Painful micturit,unspecif, [X]Painful micturition, unspecified, Pain with urination, painful urination, dysuria, pain during urination (symptom), pain during urination, pain during urination (dysuria), Micturition painful, Urination pain, Painful urination NOS, Pain associated with micturition, Dysuria [Disease/Finding], urination pain, Pain;urination, painful micturition, [D]Painful urination (situation), [D]Dysuria (situation), [X]Painful micturition, unspecified (finding), [D]Dysuria NOS (situation), DYSURIA, Pain emptying bladder, Pain on micturition, Pain on voiding, Pain passing urine, Pain passing water, Painful micturition, Passing water hurts, Urination painful, Dysuria (finding), Dysuria/painful urination, micturition; painful, micturition; pain, pain; micturition, painful; micturition, painful; urination, urination; painful, Dysuria, NOS, pain with urination, [X]Painful micturition, unspecified (context-dependent category)
Dutch pijnlijke urinatie, urinatiepijn, pijnlijke mictie, Pijnlijke mictie, mictie; pijnlijk, mictie; pijn, pijn; mictie, pijnlijk; mictie, pijnlijk; urineren, urineren; pijnlijk, Dysurie, Pijnlijke mictie, niet gespecificeerd, dysurie, Pijn verband houdend met mictie
French Douleur à l'urination, Micturition douloureuse, Urination douloureuse, Dysurie, DYSURIE, MICTION DOULOUREUSE
German Schmerzen bei Harnausscheidung, Miktion schmerzhaft, schmerzhafte Harnausscheidung, Dysurie, DYSURIE, MIKTION SCHMERZHAFT, Schmerzen beim Wasserlassen, nicht naeher bezeichnet, Schmerzen beim Wasserlassen
Italian Minzione dolorosa, Dolore alla minzione, Disuria
Portuguese Micção dolorosa, Dor à micção, Disuria, DISURIA, MICCAO DOLOROSA, Disúria
Spanish Micción dolorosa, Disuria, [D]disuria (categoría dependiente del contexto), [D]disuria, SAI (categoría dependiente del contexto), [X]micción dolorosa, no especificada (categoría dependiente del contexto), [D]micción dolorosa (categoría dependiente del contexto), DISURIA, MICCION DOLOROSA, [D]disuria (situación), [X]micción dolorosa, no especificada, [D]disuria, SAI, [D]disuria, [D]micción dolorosa (situación), [D]micción dolorosa, [X]micción dolorosa, no especificada (hallazgo), [D]disuria, SAI (situación), disuria (hallazgo), disuria, micción dolorosa
Russian ДИЗУРИЯ, DIZURIIA
Japanese 排尿困難, 排尿痛, ハイニョウコンナン, ハイニョウツウ
Swedish Dysuri
Finnish Dysuria
Czech dysurie, Bolestivé močení, Dysurie
Korean 배뇨와 연관된 통증, 배뇨곤란, 상세불명의 배뇨통(증)
Polish Oddawanie moczu bolesne, Dysuria, Bolesne oddawanie moczu
Hungarian dysuria, Vizeletürítési fájdalom, Fájdalmas vizeletürítés, Fájdalmas vizelés
Norwegian Dysuri, Vannlatingsplager
Sources
Derived from the NIH UMLS (Unified Medical Language System)


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