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Exercise 9 Questions
A variety of diseases, including bladder or prostatic cancer, may produce urinary symptoms. Such difficulties include:
- a weak or interrupted flow of urine
- the need to urinate often
- inability to or difficulty in urinating
- blood in the urine
- painful or burning urination
Now match these four symptoms on the left with the words that define these symptoms.
- a weak or interrupted flow of urine — c. urinary obstruction; slow stream that seems to be due to an obstruction.
- the need to urinate often — d. urinary frequency; continual need to urinate.
- inability to or difficulty in urinating — b. dysuria; inability to or difficulty in urinating.
- blood in the urine — a. hematuria; blood in the urine.