|Other Titles:||Studies on Urinary Tuberculosis Report I: Clinical Observation of Urinary Tuberculosis|
|Author's alias:||Tada, Shigeru|
|Abstract:||I reported the clinical observations in 2439 cases with urinary tuberculosis these had experienced for this 32 years in our clinic. 1) The patients with urinary tuberculosis were 11.3% of total ambulatory patients, and they were 14.3% of those who were underwent the cystoscopic examination. 2) In the grouping the sex, there were 3 males and 1 female. 3) An age group 20-30 was 46.4%, the infant group (1-10) was 1.2%, and the senile group (over 60 years) was 1.1% of urinary tuberculosis cases. 4) Concarning the affected side, right side was 51.2%, and both side was 4.1%. 5) In the family histoly, 21.5%, had tuberculous disposition. 6) In the past history, pulmonary tuberculosis had occured in 85%, epididymitis in 12.7%. 7) A little over the 90% of the patient complained of the vesical symptomes. 8) The duration of the disease before the patient consulted our clinic for relief was almost within 1 year. 9) In 85.1% of urinary tuberculosis, the acid fast bacilli were found in the urine. 10) Renal palpation will be aid to the diagnosis of renal tuberculosis, especially in the determination of affected side. 11) In the complications, epididymitis occured in 7.2%, urethral tuberculosis in 12.3%, prostatic tuberculosis in 14.9% and urinary calculi in 0.9%.|
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