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Term:
urinary schistosomiasis (DOID:1394)
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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
bladder disease +     
schistosomiasis +     
acute gonococcal cystitis 
bacteriuria  
bladder calculus +   
bladder diverticulum +   
bladder exstrophy  
bladder neck obstruction  
bladder tuberculosis 
cercarial dermatitis 
congenital megabladder  
cystinuria +   
cystitis +   
Cystocele +  
detrusor sphincter dyssynergia 
Diabetic Cystopathy  
female stress incontinence  
hepatosplenic schistosomiasis  
intestinal schistosomiasis +   
low compliance bladder 
neurogenic bladder +   
neuroschistosomiasis 
Overactive Urinary Bladder  
Panic Disorder with Bladder Conditions 
pelvic lipomatosis 
pyuria 
sparganosis 
Urinary Bladder Fistula +  
Urinary Bladder Neoplasm +   
Urinary Bladder Reperfusion Injury  
urinary schistosomiasis  
A schistosomiasis that involves parasitic infection of the urinary tract caused by a digenetic trematode Schistosoma haematobium causing cystitis, ureteritis, fibrosis of the bladder and haematuria, which can progress to bladder cancer. (DO)
vesicoureteral reflux +   

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: Schistosoma hematobium infectious disease ;   Schistosomiasis Haematobia ;   Schistosomiasis haematobium ;   Urinary Schistosomiases ;   Urogenital Schistosomiases ;   Urogenital Schistosomiasis ;   bladder schistosomiasis ;   cystitis with bilharziasis ;   schistosoma haematobium ;   schistosoma hematobium infection ;   schistosomiasis due to schistosoma haematobium ;   schistosomiasis of bladder ;   vesical schistosomiasis
Related Synonyms: Schistosoma haematobium infection
Primary IDs: MESH:D012553
Xrefs: ICD9CM:120.0 ;   NCI:C35362 ;   NCI:C39294
Definition Sources: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schistosoma_haematobium "DO" "DO", http://www.dpd.cdc.gov/dpdx/HTML/Schistosomiasis.htm "DO" "DO"

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