hemospermia


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he·mo·sper·mi·a

 (hē′mō-spûr′mē-ə)
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he·mo·sper·mi·a

n. hemospermia, presencia de sangre en el esperma.
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Hemospermia may occur more commonly in frequently bred stallions.
Kato, "A clinical entity of cystic dilatation of the utricle associated with hemospermia," The Journal of Urology, vol.
Characterization of localized seminal vesicle amyloidosis causing hemospermia: an analysis using immunohistochemistry and magnetic resonance imaging.
The post-intervention patients were kept for observation for 6 h and discharged accordingly with the advice to continue antibiotic for 48 h and to attend OPD or emergency room in case any problem such as hematuria, fever, dysuria, or hemospermia arises.
This procedure, however, may be associated with complications such as pain, hematuria, hemospermia, damage to the urethra, and urinary tract infection.
Como criterios de exclusion se consideraron muestras con oligozoospemia severa, azoospermia, hemospermia, criptozoospemia, hipospermia, necrozoospermia y astenozoospermia severa.
(4) The commonly reported symptoms are perineal or pelvic pain, urinary tract infection, prostatitis, epididymitis, hematuria, hemospermia and infertility.
(3,4) Only one case has been reported of metastatic malignant melanoma to the male genital organs, in a patient with an unknown primary melanoma presenting with hemospermia. (5) We report the first case of seminal vesicle (SV) metastasis from a primary cutaneous malignant melanoma.
Arranged in sections on mares, stallions, and fetal and neonatal, the topics include artificial insemination, contraception in the mare, high-risk pregnancy, postpartum care of the mare and foal, twin pregnancy, castration, hemospermia, penile lacerations, angular limb deformities, determining the gender of a fetus, meconium aspiration, and bacterial and viral pneumonia.