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

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Assessment of immunosuppression progress in patients with HIV/AIDS in the presence of urogenital tract mycoplasmas," Tendencias em HIV/AIDS, vol.
In the presence of pathogenic organisms, chlamydia and trichomonas in urogenital tract we can see an increased incidence of medium and severe clinical forms of PVI, which vary from 23.
Willett (1965) believed that no matter what the trajectory of the majority of somatic tissues (retention of larval features or a transition to an adult form), the urogenital tract of salamanders would always proceed to an easily comparable adult form.
So he was impressed by the new data, which suggest that something about nearby farming--probably runoff of pesticides or other chemicals--is "essentially remaking the individual," inappropriately "resculpting" a male tadpole's urogenital tract.
It is known to be associated with various urogenital tract anomalies, (6) as seen in this case in which the child had a left pelviureteric junction obstruction associated with duplicated IVC.
Effect of in utero kepone exposure on the female rat urogenital tract.
OTTAWA -- The list of pathogens that produce clinically significant disease in the female urogenital tract should be expanded to include Mycoplasma pneumoniae.
Subjects' ability to render a correct diagnosis for the case scenarios of urogenital tract infections is reported in Table 1.
This procedure is divided into lots, it relates to the establishment of a simplified tender for the supply of devices for the urogenital tract and ureteral stents, and the performance of related services, as described in the tender documents, for the Bodies of the Service Regional health in art.
coli to epithelial receptors, which facilitate the ascending colonisation of the urogenital tract (4) To date, UTI in pregnancy is explained by obstruction of urine outflow by the gravid uterus, with little attention paid to the pregnancy-related alterations in the immune system, and the receptor-adherence etiology of the ascending UTI.
Hemorrhagic signs can include petechiae; cutaneous hematomas; or bleeding from the nose, gastrointestinal tract, or urogenital tract (2).
While paraganglia can occasionally line various areas of urogenital tract such as the bladder and the prostate, to our knowledge none have been described in the paratesticular region.