viral cystitis

vi·ral cys·ti·tis

bladder inflammation due to a viral infection.

viral cystitis

cystitis caused by a viral infection, most often seen in immunocompromised persons infected with BK virus.

vi·ral cys·ti·tis

(vī'ral sis-tī'tis)
Bladder inflammation due to a viral infection.
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A pseudotumoral appearance of (hemorrhagic) cystitis has been described in viral cystitis, being caused by chemotherapy or indwelling catheters, granulomatous cystitis, inflammatory myofibroblastic tumor, and eosinophilic cystitis [1,9,10].
Viral cystitis represents another form of non-bacterial UTI affecting adult and children.
Viral cystitis can be suspected by the presence of viral inclusions in an inflammatory background on H&E and confirmed with positive immunohistochemical staining for the corresponding viruses, such as cytomegalovirus (CMV) (Figure 8), adenovirus, BK virus (Figure 9), and Herpes simplex.