gastrocystoplasty

cystoplasty

 [sis´to-plas″te]
plastic surgery of the bladder, usually referring to some type of augmentation cystoplasty.
augmentation cystoplasty enlargement of the bladder by grafting to it a detached segment of intestine (enterocystoplasty) or stomach (gastrocystoplasty). Called also bladder augmentation.
sigmoid cystoplasty augmentation cystoplasty using an isolated segment of the sigmoid colon for the graft.

gas·tro·cys·to·plas·ty

(gas'trō-sis'tō-plas'tē),
Augmentation of the bladder by a piece of vascularized stomach.

gastrocystoplasty

/gas·tro·cys·to·plas·ty/ (-sis´to-plas″te) augmentation cystoplasty using a portion of the stomach.

gastrocystoplasty

[gas′trosis′toplas′te]
augmentation cystoplasty using a portion of the stomach for the graft.
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In patients with gastrocystoplasty, hematuria-dysuria syndrome results in severe discomfort if the patients have urethral sensation and bladder neck incompetence.