suprapubic cystotomy

su·pra·pu·bic cys·tot·o·my

opening into the bladder through an incision or puncture above the symphysis pubis.

suprapubic cystotomy

(so͞o′prə-pyo͞o′bĭk)
n.
Surgical incision above the pubic symphysis and into the bladder.

su·pra·pu·bic cys·tot·o·my

(sū'pră-pyū'bik sis-tot'ŏ-mē)
Opening into the bladder through an incision or puncture above the symphysis pubis.
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Rarely, in the setting of chronic suprapubic catheterization, SCC may arise primarily from the suprapubic cystotomy tract.
In our series, we presented 2 patients with SCC arising from their suprapubic cystotomy tracts.
After failed attempts at Foley catheter insertion, the patient underwent suprapubic cystotomy to decompress the bladder.
Pelvic lymph node dissection and temporary suprapubic cystotomy were also performed.
In 1892, Groves described his technique of immediate wound closure after suprapubic cystotomy.