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cystocele

 [sis´to-sēl]
herniation of the urinary bladder into the vagina.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

cys·to·cele

(sis'tō-sēl),
Hernia of the bladder, usually into the vagina and introitus.
Synonym(s): vesicocele
[cysto- + G. kēlē, hernia]
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cystocele

(sĭs′tə-sēl′)
n.
Herniation of the urinary bladder through the wall of the vagina.
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cystocele

Dropped bladder, fallen bladder Herniation of the bladder into the vagina, which is often accompanied by stress incontinence; the frequency of cystoceles ↑ with age and multiparity
McGraw-Hill Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

cys·to·cele

(sis'tō-sēl)
Hernia of the bladder usually into the vagina and introitus.
Synonym(s): colpocystocele, vesicocele.
[cysto- + G. kēlē, hernia]
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Cystocele

Bulging of the bladder into the vagina.
Mentioned in: Pelvic Relaxation
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Risk Factors for Urinary Tract Infections in Pre-Menopausal and Post-Menopausal Women Pre-Menopausal History or urinary tract infection Frequent or recent sexual activity Diaphragm contraception use Use of spermicidal agents Increasing parity Diabetes mellitus type 1 and type 2 Obesity Sickle cell trait Anatomic congenital abnormalities Urinary tract calculi Neurologic disorder requiring Indwelling or intermittent cathing Urinary incontinence Post-Menopausal Vaginal atrophy Lifetime history of urinary tract infection Incomplete bladder emptying Poor perineal hygiene Vaginal prolapse (cystocele) Diabetes mellitus type 1 and type 2 Urinary incontinence Sources: Foxman et al., 2001; Hu et al., 2004; Raz et al., 2000; Schaeffer, Matulewiez, & Klumpp, 2016.
DeLancey, "A 3D finite element model of anterior vaginal wall support to evaluate mechanisms underlying cystocele formation," Journal of Biomechanics, vol.
A preoperative diagnosis of scrotal cystocele allows to place a urethral catheter, with the aim to decompress the bladder before surgery and to fill the bladder with saline fluid and a blue dye (methylene blue) intraoperatively, in order to help surgeon to better identify the hernial sac content and to preserve urinary structure integrity.
Ultrasound Evaluation of Polypropylene Mesh Contraction at Long Term after Vaginal Surgery for Cystocele Repair.
Consider referring patients to a urologist if they have an underlying condition that may be amenable to surgery, such as bladder outlet obstruction, cystoceles, urinary tract diverticula, fistulae, pelvic floor dysfunction, ureteral stricture, urolithiasis, or vesicoureteral reflux.
2 shows insertion of ring pessary for POP-Q cystocele stage 3.
DISTRIBUTION OF STUDY PATIENTS BY DIAGNOSIS The diagnosis n % Elongation of the cervix in conjunction with the old 15 18.75 perineal tear Omission of the vaginal walls with cicatricial 45 56.25 deformity of the cervix, cystocele Omission of the vaginal walls with elongation of the 12 15 cervix, cystocele Omission of the cervix in conjunction with the old 8 10 perineal Total 80 100 TABLE 2.
There are several types of POP, including bladder prolapse, or cystocele; rectal prolapse, or rectocele; uterine prolapse, or uterine descensus; and vaginal vault prolapse.
Huel et al., "Vaginal mesh erosion after transvaginal repair of cystocele using Gynemesh or Gynemesh-Soft in 138 women: a comparative study," International Urogynecology Journal and Pelvic Floor Dysfunction, vol.
(9) While the loss of urethral support (Level III) may result in stress urinary incontinence (SUI), the loss of bladder support (Level II) may result in a central, lateral, or combined defect (often called a cystocele).
Scrotal cystocele: US and CT findings in two cases.
Thirty three urograms showed normal outline of the urinary system while, 94 were abnormal due to calculi, cystocele, ureterocele, pelvi ureteric junction obstruction, pelvic mass and perinephric abscess.