ISSN 2398-2969      

Bladder: mucosal herniation

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Contributor(s):

Victoria Lipscomb


Introduction

  • Cause: rare sequela to chronic low grade urethral obstruction Urethra: obstruction and tenesmus.
  • Bladder mucosa herniates through muscularis.
  • Signs: dysuria, hematuria, asymptomatic.
  • Diagnosis: positive contrast cystography Radiography: cystography.
  • Treatment: affected areas should be excised surgically if associated with a clinical problem.

Pathogenesis

Etiology

  • Low grade urethral obstruction → tenesmus → herniation of mucosa.

Treatment

Further Reading

Publications

Refereed papers

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