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138 Possible Causes for Thin Bladder Wall

  • Bladder Exstrophy

    The closed bladder had a thin distensible wall into which both ureteric orifices opened. There was divergence of the recti and diastases of the pelvic bones.[] Inability to identify the ureteral orifices during surgical repair led to the discovery of a normally positioned external urethral meatus joining a closed bladder posterior[]

  • Hypertrophic Interstitial Neuropathy

    […] with thin wall Bladder with thick, rounded wall (donut like) Bladder with thin wall Oligohydramnios Oligohydramnios Normal amniotic fluid Union between bladder and urethra[] All megacystis cases had very thin and homogeneous bladder walls.[] , as well as megacystis (also with a thin bladder wall), and distention of the entire urethral length (in contrast to dilatation of the posterior segment of the urethra, as[]

  • Bladder Diverticulum

    About - Bladder Diverticulum is a pouch like projection due to weakness in the bladder wall. The wall of a diverticulum is thin compared to the bladder wall.[] Megacystis syndrome In this syndrome, a large, thin-walled, smooth bladder without evident outlet obstruction develops, usually in girls.[] Additional surgical intervention may be necessary to treat a bladder reservoir that fails to expand sufficiently or has sphincter insufficiency.[]

  • Megacystis - Megaureter Syndrome

    Megacystis megaureter syndrome describes the radiologic appearance of a large capacity thin-walled bladder and massive primary vesicoureteral reflux.[] Retik Published 1984 in The Journal of urology The term megacystis-megaureter describes the radiologic appearance of a large capacity thin-walled bladder and massive primary[] Abstract The term megacystis-megaureter describes the radiologic appearance of a large capacity thin-walled bladder and massive primary vesicoureteral reflux.[]

  • Emphysematous Cystitis

    Gentle manoeuvre of the cystoscope is important to avoid puncturing the thin-walled bladder. (S. J. Chong K. B. Lim Y. M. Tan* P. K. H. Chow S. K. H.[] An abdominal radiograph ( figure 1 ) demonstrated a thin rim of air throughout the bladder wall.[] The radiological findings include small gas-filled vesicles in the bladder mucosa, producing a cobblestone appearance, and can go on to form a thin zone of gas outlining the[]

  • Trigonitis

    Hysterectomy causes the tissue of the bladder wall to become thin and easily damageable. Such a condition can trigger trigonitis.[]

  • Botryoid Sarcoma

    D A very large calculus occupying the whole of the bladder, surrounded by thin calcification in the bladder wall. (This is a plain radiograph, not a contrast cystogram).[] There is no correlation between the extent of ureteric calcification and that in the bladder wall.[] C Another African patient with dilated, calcified ureters, a calcified bladder wall, and a moderate sized bladder calculus.[]

  • Prune Belly Syndrome

    These had dilated, thin-walled bladders and prostates and moderate to severe renal dysplasia.[] On prenatal sonography, some key elements of Prune Belly Syndrome include a large thin walled bladder and dilation of the entire urethra, neither of which were seen in our[] The abdominal wall is thin, the abdomen itself shows to be large and loose, and the intestines can be seen through the thin abdominal wall.[]

  • Interstitial Cystitis

    Fourfold increase in bladder wall CNR (*p 0.02) and pixel size of 0.35 mm with minimal influence of artifacts allowed accurate determination of bladder wall thinning 0.46[] This medication relaxes the bladder wall to reduce pain and urgency.[] A thin, flexible tube and viewing device, is put in through the urethra to examine the bladder and other parts of the urinary tract.[]

  • Vesicovaginal Fistula

    We illustrated the pelvic infection , showing adhesions between the small bowel and the adnexa, along with the resultant thinning of the bladder wall.[] The vesicovaginal wall, which is a single wall that connects the bladder to the vagina is very thin and can easily form a deep enough hole to open into the bladder.[] If there is a large tear or episitomy or the baby is too large for the birth canal there can be a necrosis of vaginal tissue and the death of the tissue erodes into the bladder[]

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