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dysuria

noun dys·uria \dis-ˈyr-ē-ə, dish-\

Definition of DYSURIA

:  difficult or painful discharge of urine — compare strangury

Origin of DYSURIA

New Latin, from Greek dysouria, from dys- + -ouria -uria
First Known Use: 14th century
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dysuria

noun dys·uria \dish-ˈ(y)r-ē-ə, dis-ˈyr-\

Medical Definition of DYSURIA

:  difficult or painful discharge of urine
dys·uric \-ˈ(y)r-ik\ adjective

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