intravesical


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in·tra·ves·i·cal

(in'tră-ves'i-kăl),
Within a bladder, especially the urinary bladder.

intravesical

/in·tra·ves·i·cal/ (-ves´ĭ-k'l) within the urinary bladder.

intravesical

adjective Within the bladder, most often understood as within the urinary bladder

intravesical

Within the urinary or other bladder.
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MCNA was developed to be delivered as a sterile suspension for intravesical administration by urologists and urology nurses, following the same dosing paradigm as first line BCG therapy, with the advantage that it can be prepared, handled and disposed of easily and safely.
We update the previously published 2009 Canadian guidelines on the management of NMIBC, emphasizing intravesical therapy.
9] were the first to document the intravesical delivery of oxybutynin in adult patients with persistent urge incontinence.
Additionally, his past medical history included a diagnosis of low-grade bladder carcinoma in 1998 for which he received six doses of intravesical Bacillus Calmette-Guerin (BCG).
MRI also helps to determine the intravesical extent of tumour.
The in vivo studies successfully demonstrated that Actium technology is able to selectively achieve therapeutic temperatures in the bladder using an intravesical (in the bladder) nanoparticle-mediated hyperthermia approach.
Nonmuscle invasive MPUC progresses in 67% of patients despite intravesical bacillus Calmette-Guerin treatment, (15) a very high progression rate when compared to the progression rate of less than 5% in nonmuscle invasive conventional UC.
Purpose: The aim of this phase lb/Ila study was to investigate the maximum tolerable concentration of Abnobaviscum[R] Frax-ini 20 mg for intravesical instillation in patients with superficial bladder cancer.
Diverticulectomy was undertaken using a combined intravesical and extravesical approach.