What Is The Difference Between UTI And Urethritis?


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Urethritis is a common disease in clinical practice can be divided into acute and chronic. It is more common in women, pathogenic bacteria E. Coli, streptococcus and staphylococcus as the most common.
Urethritis often mouth or urethra due to urethral obstruction, such as phimosis, posterior urethral valves, urethral stenosis or urethral stones and tumors, etc., or because the inflammation spread to nearby organs, the urethra, such as Vesiculitis,vaginitis and cervicitis ; sometimes due to mechanical or chemical stimulation caused by urethritis, such as equipment checks and other indwelling catheter
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UIT or urinary tract infection is the infection of urinary system. Urinary system consists of urethra, bladder, ureters and kidneys. Urethritis is the inflammation of urethra only due to infection. Inflammation of bladder is called cystitis.

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