cystourethrocele

cys·to·u·re·thro·cele

(sis'tō-yū-rē'thrō-sēl),
Hernia of the urinary bladder and urethra.
[cysto- + urethra + G. kēlē, hernia]
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cystourethrocele

A herniation of the urinary bladder and urethra, accompanied by abnormal protrusion of adjacent tissues into the bladder or urethra
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cystourethrocele

(sĭs″tō-ū-rē′thrō-sēl) [″ + ″ + kele, tumor, swelling]
Prolapse of the bladder and urethra of the female.
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Cystourethrocele

Bulging of the bladder neck into the vagina.
Mentioned in: Pelvic Relaxation
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Loss of support at this level results in cystourethrocele, urethral-bladder hypermobility, and SUI.
In 2007 Govind and Lahki [15] reported entrapment of an 80 mm polyethylene (Portex) ring pessary only 4 months after insertion in a 75-year-old patient with a cystourethrocele. Although these cases were easily treated, in severe cases with neglected or forgotten pessaries a bone cutter can be used in theatre to remove the entrapped ring.
The two together are called cystourethrocele. Symptoms include stress incontinence (when you urinate a little when you sneeze, cough, jump, etc.) or problems urinating.