What exactly is the fuction of urinary bladder?

Storage of urine. The urinary bladder is a organ made of muscle tissue and can expand when filling with urine made by the kidneys.Urien enters into it from tubes from the kidneys called ureters. The bladder stores urine and at some point when it is full and depending on different individuals, you get a sensation and have to empty your bladder , mostly when convenient !
Bladder . It acts as a reservoir for urine produced by the kidneys. After a period of time it will contract and expell the urine through the urethra, .

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How to remove sludge from urinary bladder?

Urinate. Any sludge present will come out when you empty your bladder. Suggest you see a urologist if unable to empty bladder. Read more...

Could you survive without your urinary bladder?

Yes, Removing the whole bladder with pelvic regional lymph nodes and urinary diversion (called radical cystectomy with continent (neo-bladder) or non-continent (ileal conduit) diversion is the standard care for the patients with muscle-invasive bladder cancer if they are appropriate surgical candidates. If done timely and successfully, they will survive well. Detail? Ask urology surgeon! Best wish... Read more...

What does distented urinary bladder of feutus mean?

Can be normal. Or else might signify bladder ouflow obstrution, neurogenic bladder disfuction or very rarely prune belly syndrome. Suggest you consult a pediatric urologist who will be experienced in prenatal urologic counselling. Read more...

What does urinary bladder not well distended appears grossly normal mean?

Was this on. an ultrasound report? It means that the bladder was not fully distended with urine(the optimal way to evaluate the bladder is when it is full), but looks normal. Read more...

How is a urinary bladder pallinoma removed, and what is the recovery time?

You mean Papilloma? They are usually removed through a lighted, fiber-optic viewing device (cystoscope) that is inserted through the urinary canal (urethra) into the bladder (cystoscopy). In cases where bladder polyps recur or have become malignant, treatment may necessitate surgically removing all visible tumors (transurethral resection or tur). Polyps may also be destroyed using electrical current (fulguration). Read more...
Varies. Recover time will vary depending on many factors including age, general health of the patient, infection control, blood sugar control, the exact type of procedure, and post-operative and follow up care. Discuss it with your surgeon and get their opinion as to what they feel is a reasonable recovery time for you. Read more...