cystocele


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cystocele

[′sis·tə‚sēl]
(medicine)
Herniation of the urinary bladder into the vagina.
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Ultrasound Evaluation of Polypropylene Mesh Contraction at Long Term after Vaginal Surgery for Cystocele Repair.
Consider referring patients to a urologist if they have an underlying condition that may be amenable to surgery, such as bladder outlet obstruction, cystoceles, urinary tract diverticula, fistulae, pelvic floor dysfunction, ureteral stricture, urolithiasis, or vesicoureteral reflux.
2 shows insertion of ring pessary for POP-Q cystocele stage 3.
An apical prolapse is more likely associated with a larger prolapse, 50% of cystocele size is explained by descent of apical support.
Radiolucent stones were reported in 8 patients with 5 renal calculi and 4 ureteric calculi including 1 case each of perinephric mass, tuberculosis of urinary bladder, ureterocele, cystocele, abdominal mass involving both renal units, and a case of intra-pelvic mass causing distortion of calyceal system.
The risk of cystocele, rectocele, and uterine prolapse increased 30%-70% in overweight and obese women, compared with women who had a normal BMI at baseline, Dr.
A cystocele is treated by lifting the bladder and/or the vagina at the same time as the sling procedure is performed.
There is a substantial recurrence rate following surgery for pelvic organ prolapse, particularly in the context of cystocele repair, University of Washington researchers reported at the annual meeting of the Society of Gynecologic Surgeons.
This kind of sagging is called a cystocele, or an anterior compartment defect.
A thirty-year-old woman with a history of first degree prolapse with cystocele and enterocele after ten days of normal delivery was referred for physiotherapy.
Conditions precipitating UR can include a history of urinary problems, such as enlargement of the prostate, urethral strictures, cystocele, and neuropathic bladder (Ouslander et al.