A 44-year-old female asked:
If a cystoscopy clear, can you still have a fistula. have spc and ileostomy, no large colon. constant uti's. nerve damage to bladder.
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Vascular Surgery 29 years experience
4.9k viewsAnswered >2 years ago
General Surgery 58 years experience
May not see: Bowel to bladder fistulas enterovesicular may not be seen by cystoscopy , other means have to be used , like contest ct s , performing fistulogram through distended bladder ( due to spc may not be possible ) type of bugs grown , etc speak to your doctor.
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