cystotomy


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vesicotomy

 [ves″ĭ-kot´ah-me]
incision into the urinary bladder, usually done to divert the flow of urine when the bladder can no longer function as a reservoir. After incising the bladder the surgeon moves it forward and sutures the opening to the skin, forming a stoma. Patient care is similar to that required for cutaneous ureterostomy and ileal conduit. Called also cystotomy.

cys·tot·o·my

(sis-tot'ō-mē),
Incision or puncture into urinary bladder or gallbladder.
Synonym(s): vesicotomy
[cysto- + G. tomē, incision]

cystotomy

/cys·tot·o·my/ (sis-tot´ah-me) surgical incision of the urinary bladder.

cystotomy

(sĭ-stŏt′ə-mē)
n.
Surgical incision into the urinary bladder.

cystotomy

[sistot′əmē]
incision of the urinary bladder, often performed for removal of a calculus.

cys·tot·o·my

(sis-tot'ŏ-mē)
Incision into urinary bladder or gallbladder.
Synonym(s): vesicotomy.
[cysto- + G. tomē, incision]

cystotomy

incision of the bladder. See also vesicotomy.
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The INTRAVESICAL method was performed after radical nephroureterectomy via a Gibson or Pfannenstiel incision and included cystotomy with intravesical excision of a bladder cuff around the intramural ureter and ureteric orifice.
In our series, we presented 2 patients with SCC arising from their suprapubic cystotomy tracts.
11] In our case, we kept the Foley catheter for 5 days to help with the healing of the cystotomy.
There were no significant differences in overall intraoperative complications, including cystotomy, trocar injury to the bladder, ureteral injury, bowel injury, or intraoperative transfusion.
He underwent a laparoscopic colostomy, open cystotomy to place a suprapubic catheter and extensive debridement of the genitals.
In particular, there also were significantly more cystotomy complications (4.
As such, at age 2, the utricle was excised and over sewn through an open cystotomy.
Obesity may be associated with longer operative times but otherwise does not impair safety or efficacy of minimally invasive procedures, and the risks of inadvertent cystotomy and other complications with LH in women with previous Cesarean section is low (J.
Finally, surgical cystotomy was performed with manual removal of the fungus ball (Fig.
A prospective observational study of approximately 30,000 women who had cesarean delivery without labor showed that the risks of cystotomy, bowel injury ureteral injury, hysterectomy, and the need for postoperative ventilation, intensive care unit admission, and significant blood transfusion all were significantly increased with increasing numbers of cesarean deliveries (Obstet.