Then in 2006, bioengineered bladders
were transplanted in seven people with spina bifida and followed up for five years.
A 10-year-old male with end stage renal disease (ESRD) secondary to obstructive uropathy presents for a bladder
ultrasound, which reveals a moderately distended bladder
Objective: To determine the frequency of incidental gall bladder
carcinoma in patients of a tertiary care hospital undergoing cholecystectomy.
Three-fourths of patients had normally functioning bladders
Once removed from the offal a little trimming was needed to remove connective tissues, then the still soft bladder
was rinsed with fresh water inside and out before being gently blown up balloon-style, which is how most bladders
you'll find for sale (retail) will be prepared.
These bottom-dwelling fish have a swim bladder
filled with liquid rather than air, so it compresses little under pressure.
A facility may not have purchased a bladder
scanner because the cost may be prohibitive (approximately $8,000 each), or it may be that the value of using a bladder
scanner has not been recognized.
are a complex organ," and bladder
tissue is difficult to replace, says urologist Anthony Atala of Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center in Winston-Salem, N.
If your system doesn't have an external cap, you'll have to remove the bladder
from the carrier.
A large study of more than 80,000 women found that women with a high intake of vegetable protein had a lower risk of having their gall bladders
removed than did women eating very little vegetable protein.
Six million people in the UK have some problem with their bladders
band-ply lubricants, are said to ensure that they can be easily removed from the bladders