cystorrhaphy

cystorrhaphy

 [sis-tor´ah-fe]
suture of the bladder.
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cys·tor·rha·phy

(sis-tōr'ă-fē),
Suture of a wound or defect in the urinary bladder.
[cysto- + G. rhaphē, a sewing]
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cystorrhaphy

(sĭ-stôr′ə-fē)
n.
Suturing of a wound or defect in the urinary bladder.
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cys·tor·rha·phy

(sis-tōr'ă-fē)
Suture of a wound or defect in the urinary bladder.
[cysto- + G. rhaphē, a sewing]
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One limitation of complete transurethral endoscopic management of an intravesical bullet is the inability to inspect for simultaneous ureteral injury, which is diagnosed in up to 9% of cases during open surgical exploration for cystorrhaphy.[sup.18] Therefore, complete endoscopic management would presumably be appropriate for patients with a low index of suspicion for ureteral injury, while retrograde pyelogram may be a useful adjunct in select cases.
If cystorrhaphy is required, you have two codes from which to select:
Cystorrhaphy was carried out using chromic catgut no.3-0.
This conservative treatment failed and therefore surgery for blood clot evacuation and cystorrhaphy seemed necessary.