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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Lack of data on the natural history of these lesions and their possible malignant degeneration warrant that MCTMKP be treated with partial cystectomy.
For patients with noninvasive disease, only 2 patients with high-grade papillary urothelial carcinoma demonstrated recurrent noninvasive high-grade papillary lesions at other locations within the bladder at 25 and 54 months following TUR and partial cystectomy, respectively.
Both patients underwent partial cystectomy, but demonstrated subsequent disease persistence.
Laparoscopic partial cystectomy for leiomyoma of the bladder wall.
When there are many tumours with severe obstruction and if they involve other organs around the bladder or when partial cystectomy is unable to fully process the lesions, it is recommended to consider radical cystectomy.
The patient proceeded to have partial cystectomy, resecting the dome of the bladder with grossly negative margins and intra-operative frozen section concerning for rhabdomyosarcoma.
Exploratory laparotomy with radical prostatectomy, partial cystectomy and right ureteroneocystostomy were performed.
Open partial cystectomy was performed to remove the tumour in this emergency.
Partial cystectomy was done at the bladder dome, encompassing the bladder diverticulum.
Extenuating circumstances in our case enabled us to perform a wide partial cystectomy around the perforation site and tumour and repair of the bladder rupture.
The team recommended a distal partial cystectomy and prostatectomy.
Nevertheless, a possible option for treating osteosarcoma of the bladder may be partial cystectomy or aggressive TURBT in the well-selected patient.