cystectomy


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cystectomy

[si′stek·tə·mē]
(medicine)
Excision of the gallbladder, or part of the urinary bladder.
Removal of a cyst.
Removal of a piece of the anterior capsule of the lens for the extraction of a cataract.
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We have designed a prospective trial to compare our current protocol for processing pelvic lymph nodes to a fat-emulsifying protocol (FEP) after radical cystectomy.
Georgios Gakis of the Department of Urology, Eberhard-Karls University at Tuebingen, Germany and lead author, stated: "These data indicate for the first time that improved patient management with HAL-guided TUR-BT can make a difference in outcomes even for those bladder cancer patients who later progress to advanced disease and require radical cystectomy.
Randomly, 6 patients underwent laparo scopic cystectomy with hydrodissection using only normal saline (control group), and 6 patients underwent laparoscopic hydrodissection cystectomy using normal saline and diluted vasopressin (case group).
Material and methods: We reviewed 460 patients retrospectively who underwent radical cystectomy.
This situation exists despite the fact that approximately 35% of patients treated by cystectomy develop metastatic disease and many of these individuals die of their disease.
He said that he had become unwell since his cystectomy operation 4 months prior to his attendance at A&E.
A number of treatment modalities, including cystectomy, partial cystectomy, radiotherapy, chemoradiotherapy, chemotherapy alone, and neoadjuvant/adjuvant chemotherapy, are currently employed.
Among the 16 patients who underwent cystectomy in the study by Burkart et al, none exhibited any evidence of recurrence after a median follow-up of 3.
She underwent courses of treatment but it was recommended she should undergo a cystectomy which took place in September 2011.
The team, led by Dr Mohsin Al Mekresh, consultant, chief of urology and chair of surgery, performed a cystectomy, removing the bladder, prostate, seminal vesicles, lower ureters and draining pelvic lymph nodes, and then reconstructing a new bladder.
We report the thrombelastography (TEG, Haemoscope, IL, USA) findings of a patient who developed a perioperative myocardial infarction and developed a severe systemic inflammatory response syndrome 48 hours after radical cystectomy.