vesical


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ves·i·cal

(ves'i-kăl), Do not confuse this word with vesicle.
Relating to any bladder, but usually the urinary bladder.
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vesical

adjective Referring to the urinary bladder.

Pronunciation 
Medspeak-UK: pronounced, VEE sih cull
Medspeak-US: pronounced, VEH sih cull
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vesical

adjective Referring to the urinary bladder
McGraw-Hill Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

ves·i·cal

(ves'i-kăl)
Relating to any bladder, but usually the urinary bladder.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

vesical

Pertaining to a bladder, especially the URINARY BLADDER.
Collins Dictionary of Medicine © Robert M. Youngson 2004, 2005
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En la literatura unicamente se han reportado series de casos con un total de 61 pacientes en el contexto de cancer vesical, donde se utilizaron soluciones de formalina al 10% en periodos de 5 a 30 minutos (12-15).
Vesical calculus may be found in women with urinary stasis due to outlet obstruction, resulting in a significant post-void residual urine.
It begins between the origins of the obturator and umbilical arteries; however, sometimes it may have a common trunk with the superior vesical artery.
Casos de neoplasia vesical em estadio T4b como o do caso relatado, sem possibilidades de se submeterem a cirurgia radical curativa, terem resposta completa com regimes quimioterapicos de segunda linha sao considerados raros.
Diagnosis of vesical endometriosis is difficult, leading to delay in treatment of approximately 4.5 years [78].
1) (Ecografo digital MINDRAY Bio-Medical Electric Co., Ltd., modelo DP-6600 Vet, China), en la cual se observo un aumento en el grosor de la pared vesical (3 mm), sin sedimento.
Caption: Figure 3: Sagittal view showing tube-shaped formations (red arrow) extending from the right retrovesical region to the mesogastrium, without any conveyance with the vesical lumen.
In attempt to reduce prolonged hematuria, an arteriography followed by vesical artery catheterization was conducted, but as these vessels were friable, neither vesical nor iliac artery embolization was performed.
Stoller, "The vesical calculus," Urologic Clinics of North America, vol.