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strangury (strang-yoor-i) n. severe pain in the urethra associated with an intense desire to pass urine, resulting from irritation of the base of the bladder. It may also occur in such conditions as cancer of the base of the bladder, cystitis, or prostatitis, when it is accompanied by the painful passage of a few drops of urine.

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strangury

strangury (path.) slow and painful urination. XIV. — L. strangŪria — Gr. straggouríā, f. strágx, stragg-drop squeezed out + oûron URINE.

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