The most common symptoms of cystitis are dysuria, frequency and urgency of urination, and in some cases hematuria.Chills and fever indicate involvement of the entire urinary tract and are not symptomatic of uncomplicated cystitis.
However, open-air nuclear testing between 1955–1980 contributed to this pool.
Twenty one autapomorphic characters have been identified in L.
chanarensis, these include: the anterior inclination of the posterior dorsal neural spines, the hook-shaped femoral head and the length of digit IV and metatarsal IV being greater than digit III and metatarsal III.
If this ichnogenus represents a close relative of Lagerpeton, it would push back the origin of this taxon to the Early Triassic; as a quadrupedal basal dinosauromorph, it also raises questions debating the theory that bipedalism is ancestral to dinosaurs. chanarensis were found in the Chañares Formation and originate from the Upper Middle Triassic (Ladinian) of Southern Pangaea.
All Lagerpeton specimens share this geographic location, including other fossils from the Lower Late Triassic (Carnian).