. Congenital and acquired are found. The etiological factor of acquired strictures may be inflammation or trauma. Inflammatory narrowing of the urethra is the result of transferred gonorrhea urethritis, tuberculosis, or syphilis of the urethra. This type of strictures is characterized by the fact that they are multiple and are usually located in the front of the urethra. Traumatic narrowing develops quickly - in the coming weeks after an injury and is localized, usually in the back of the urethra. Congenital narrowing of the urethra often occurs in the area of the external opening or in the bulbous part of the urethra. Due to obstructed urine outflow, the urethra widens behind the stricture. Stagnant urine creates favorable conditions for the development of infection - cystitis and pyelonephritis.
Symptoms and course:The first sign is a violation of urination. The urine stream becomes thin, the emptying of the bladder is frequent, but difficult, there is a feeling of incomplete emptying. Mucosal edema can cause acute urinary retention.
Treatment:It can be conservative (bougieurage) or surgical. Tsidovagppnt crepitus. Inflammation of tendon sheaths in
as a result of excessive load on the tendons - permanent or short-term. Slight pain along the tendon is observed, the movements are sharply painful, accompanied by a feeling of a crunch or creak. The general condition of the patient does not suffer. Conservative treatment - first rest (application of a splint, gypsum), thermal and physiotherapeutic procedures, after the abatement of acute inflammatory phenomena - restoration of finger mobility.