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Note hypertrophied bladder neck and dilated posterior urethra proximal to valve narrowing.
Note irregular trabeculated bladder and high-grade vesicoureteral reflux.
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Func() expressions are the base type of all expressions that involve database functions like COALESCE and LOWER , or aggregates like SUM . They can be used directly:

or they can be used to build a library of database functions:

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The Func API is as follows:

A class attribute describing the function that will be generated. Specifically, the function will be interpolated as the function placeholder within template . Defaults to None .

A class attribute, as a format string, that describes the SQL that is generated for this function. Defaults to '%(function)s(%(expressions)s)' .

If you’re constructing SQL like strftime('%W', 'date') and need a literal % character in the query, quadruple it ( %%%% ) in the template attribute because the string is interpolated twice: once during the template interpolation in as_sql() and once in the SQL interpolation with the query parameters in the database cursor.

A class attribute that denotes the character used to join the list of expressions together. Defaults to ', ' .

A class attribute that denotes the number of arguments the function accepts. If this attribute is set and the function is called with a different number of expressions, TypeError will be raised. Defaults to None .

Generates the SQL for the database function.

The as_vendor() methods should use the function , template , arg_joiner , and any other **extra_context parameters to customize the SQL as needed. For example:


To avoid a SQL injection vulnerability, extra_context must not contain untrusted user input as these values are interpolated into the SQL string rather than passed as query parameters, where the database driver would escape them.

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