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A parcel of real estate; usually refers to a large area of land.

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Trauth (Arkansas State University) for valuable insights and discussion on the urogenital tracts of salamanders.
There are a number of possible mechanisms by which xenoestrogens might alter development of the penis and urogenital tract, from influencing specific areas of the brain to directly affecting the development of the reproductive organs.
In the urogenital tract, the bladder is the most frequently involved organ.
EpiCast Report: Postmenopausal Vaginal Atrophy - Epidemiology Forecast to 2022 Summary The urogenital tract, specifically the vagina, urethra, bladder, trigone of the bladder, and pelvic floor muscles, contains estrogen receptors.
It is a commensal of the human upper respiratory tract and occasionally of the skin and urogenital tract (1).
In the urogenital tract, inclusion bodies were observed in endometrial, vaginal, and epididymal epithelial cells as well as epithelial cells of the renal pelvis and urinary bladder.
These studies indicate that the initial site of antigen exposure and induction of antigen-specific CTL responses in the urogenital tract are associated.
HAE is a variable disease, and patients can experience unpredictable, recurrent and disabling attacks of swelling that can affect the upper airway, abdomen, face, extremities and urogenital tract due to a deficiency of C1 inhibitor, a human plasma protein that prevents swelling.
The multi-center study observed the effect of Cinryze on the frequency of HAE attacks, which are characterized by disfiguring and painful swelling of the extremities, face, abdomen, urogenital tract and - most dangerously - laryngeal tract.
It is characterized by random episodes of disfiguring and painful swelling of the extremities, face, abdomen, urogenital tract and - most dangerously - laryngeal tract.