Published: 25 March 2021
Author(s): S.J.M. Middelkoop, L.J. van Pelt, G.A. Kampinga, J.C. ter Maaten, C.A. Stegeman
Issue: May 2021

Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are generally more common in women compared to men [1-3]. Beside incidence, also differences in presentation and course of UTI exist between men and women. This is due to a variety of factors, like (pelvic) anatomic differences, voiding issues, and vaginal mucosa colonization [4-8]. In addition, differences in causing uropathogens exist between men and women [9].


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