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Obstruction urine road disease

Obstructive urinary tract disease is a change in the structure or function of the urinary tract that hinders normal urinary flow and sometimes leads to renal insufficiency. Obstructive urinary tract disease is common at any age. Hydronephrosis (a result of renal disease) was found in 4% of patients at autopsy, and the distribution of men and women was the same. Obstructive urinary tract disease is more common in men over the age of 60 because of the increased incidence of benign prostatic hyperplasia and prostate cancer.


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