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Treatments For Bladder Papilloma
Can papilloma squamous epithelium surface keratosis of the bladder be treated if it is growing other then removal?
The bladder is a muscular organ in the pelvis that accepts urine from the kidneys, stores the urine at low pressure, & expels the urine during voluntary voiding. Though seemingly a simple reservoir, the bladder is a complex organ intricately connected with the brain and spinal cord with sensory, motor, and autonomic circuits. The muscular layer that contracts during voids ...Read more
See your PCP first.: Neurogenic bladder sphincter dysfunction is usually a lesion in any level of the nervous system from the cortex, the spine and the peripheral nervous system. See your pcp first who can refer you to a urologist. Oxybutynin has been used. Early diagnosis is important to prevent damage to your kidneys and the urinary bladder wall. ...Read more
Emergency surgery: If you bladder ruptures, it needs to be repaired. Although urine is usually sterile, when it leaks into your abdominal area due to a ruptured bladder it can cause serious problems. Furthermore, what ever caused the bladder to rupture may have caused other trauma. Check with your surgeon. ...Read more
Possibly: If the onset is very recent and is due to nerve compression that can be reversed it may be curable with surgery. An example is an acute lumbar disc herniation that causes neurogenic bladder. If the condition is chronic it is less likely to respond to treatment though it still may. In chronic cases treatment usually focuses on managing the problem and may include self catheterization. ...Read more
Individualized: There are different types of neurogenic bladder. Common causes might be multiple sclerosis, spinal cord injury or stroke. In general, the bladder's function is to store and void urine, both of which can be disrupted. Goals of treatment should be to allow low pressure storage of urine and adequate emptying at a convenient time. Self catherization and medication are often used to accomplish this. ...Read more
The following...: I assumed the diagnosis is well established. If so, take the following: 1. Understand ; accept it, 2. Behavioral modification with moderate fluid intake, no spicy foods, no coffee or caffeine-related beverages, and timed voiding, 3. Pelvic floor muscle exercise to promote self-awareness, 4. Join ic/pbs supporting goups, 5. Try various drugs, 6. Careful coitus, 6. Try nerve-stimulating... Interstim. ...Read more
Treatment of PBS: The treatment of pbs involves multiple approaches. Medications, avoidance of irritants, bladder installations, pelvic floor physical therapy, neuromodulation. For more information see this link. Http://www. Drjkm. Com/treatment-options-interstitial-cystitis-painful-bladder-syndromes-part-3-discussion-ic-pbs/. ...Read more
BLADDER CONTROL: Timed voiding and kegel excersizes can help in the absents of a bladder infection. There are other pelvic floor excersizes that can help or pelvic rehab. ...Read more
Many reasons: Neurogenic bladder is a non-specific diagnosis. You can have a neurogenic bladder that is overactive (urinary frequency, urgency) or a neurogenic bladder that has lost its ability to squeeze or empty. Nonetheless neurogenic bladder changes are associated with underlying neurologic problems and the list is quite long. Some examples include spinal cord injury, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease ...Read more
Several: There are both non-surgical and surgical options. Bladder prolapse can occur by itself or be associated with urinary incontinence, rectal prolapse, uterine prolapse, or in the absence of a uterus, prolapse of the top of the vagina. Non-surgical options include use of a pessary or pelvic floor exercises. Surgical options include use of mesh or graft material to correct the specific anatomic defects. This can be approached laparoscopically, vaginally or a combined approach. ...Read more
Varies: This varies depending on the sensitivity result which is usually given whenever the culture is done. Whatever medication the organism is sensitive to, is what should be used for treatment ...Read more
Help it empty: An enlarged bladder usually has poor muscle tone and either doesn't empty at all, or empties incompletely. This can happen acutely due to blockage of urine flow, and this is reversible by eliminating blockage. If long term or chronic, it is irreversible. This may require catheterization to drain the urine. If so, intermittent catheterization is far better than having a catheter in all the time. ...Read more
BLADDER DIVERTICULUM: Hutch diverticulae are a certain types seen at the junction of the ureter and bladder and, by themselves are harmless if there is no reflux. They are often associated with refluxing ureters. There are many who have them found by accident that have no symptoms. Other bladder diverticulae can be signs of high voiding pressures as well as a hutch enlarging from same. A bladder diary and urodynamics. ...Read more
Pain in the upper right part of your abdomen:
You can have pain in the right upper quadrant of your abdomen especially after eating greasy food.
Gallbladder disease range from having just a stone to infection of the gallbladder. If you have infection then you need to get urgent to remove the gallbladder. If you don't, then pain medication and possible elective surgery later. Diagnosis usually made by ultrasound. ...Read more
None in reality, but: There has been no known drugs of any form which can reverse the disease effect of an established neurogenic bladder, but providing all possible means of protection against undesirable bladder weakness from its overdistention with using some drugs or indwelling catheter or clean intermittent self-cath. More about voiding & bladder? Go to http://www. Formefirst. Com/onBPH-LUTS-VoidingTrouble. Html. ...Read more
Not enough room here to discuss. Try this site:
http://my. Clevelandclinic. Org/disorders/neurogenic_bladder/urology_treatment. Aspx. ...Read more
My 5 years old son sufferers from multiple papillomas sine a year on his face and can't find him a final treatment?
I DO BELIEVE YOU SHOULD TAKE HIM TO HIS PEDIATRICIAN OR A DERMATOLOGIST.
SOON. . . ...Read more
Mostly surgery.: Most bladder cancers are superficial or early and urologist remove them through a cystoscope. If covers a wide area and not invaded the bladder muscle they can add local immunotherapy with bcg. If there is invasion partial bladder or full bladder surgery is needed. In those too ill for surgery then we consider radiation and chemotherapy. ...Read more
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