Hunner ulcer

(redirected from Fenwick-Hunner ulcer)

Hun·ner ul·cer

(hŭn'ĕr),
a focal and often multiple lesion involving all layers of the bladder wall in chronic interstitial cystitis; the surface epithelium is destroyed by inflammation and the initially pale lesion cracks and bleeds with distention of the bladder.

Hun·ner ul·cer

(hŭn'ĕr ŭl'sĕr)
A focal and often multiple lesion involving all layers of the bladder wall in chronic interstitial cystitis; the surface epithelium is destroyed by inflammation and the initially pale lesion cracks and bleeds with distention of the bladder.

Hunner ulcer

(hun'er)
[Guy LeRoy Hunner, U.S. surgeon, 1868–1957]
Interstitial cystitis.

Hunner,

Guy L., U.S. surgeon, 1868-1957.
Fenwick-Hunner ulcer - Synonym(s): Hunner ulcer
Hunner stricture - bladder stricture produced by interstitial cystitis (Hunner ulcer).
Hunner ulcer - a focal and often multiple lesion involving all layers of the bladder wall in chronic interstitial cystitis. Synonym(s): elusive ulcer; Fenwick-Hunner ulcer