The women with dysuria.

@article{Kurowski1998TheWW,
  title={The women with dysuria.},
  author={Kurt Kurowski},
  journal={American family physician},
  year={1998},
  volume={57 9},
  pages={2155-64, 2169-70}
}
Bacterial cystitis is the most common bacterial infection occurring in women. Thirty percent of women will experience at least one episode of cystitis during their lifetime. About one third of patients presenting with symptoms of cystitis have upper urinary tract infection. A careful history to identify risk factors for subclinical pyelonephritis is important. Symptoms of chronic cystitis accompanied by sterile urine without pyuria may represent interstitial cystitis. Dysuria may also be the… CONTINUE READING