The Collaborative International Dictionary
Genitourinary \Gen`i*to*u"ri*na*ry\, a. [Genital + urinary.] (Anat.) See Urogenital.
a. (context anatomy English) of, or relating to the genital and urinary systems of the body together with their function, disease etc.
adj. of or related to the genital and urinary organs or their functions; "genitourinary infections" [syn: gu]
Usage examples of "genitourinary".
This holds true with regard to all diseases, and especially those of the nervous system and genitourinary organs.
The formation of pus in different parts of the genitourinary system is accompanied by the appearance of pus corpuscles in the urine.
LAO is left anterior oblique and IVP is contrast media in the genitourinary tract, a film showing kidneys.
Trendelenburg used it during genitourinary surgery to tilt the abdominal organs up and out of the way.