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>Journals >Ginecología y Obstetricia de México >Year 2010, Issue 03


Flores-Carreras Ó, Martínez-Espinoza CJ, González-Ruiz MI, Montes-Casillas YE
Contribution bladder biopsy to the study of urogynaecological patient
Ginecol Obstet Mex 2010; 78 (03)

Language: Español
References: 9
Page: 187-190
PDF: 428.27 Kb.


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ABSTRACT

Background: One of the characteristics of urinary symptoms in women is their lack of specificity. Patients with stress incontinence or urgency, local irritation, infection, distal stenosis or a neoplastic process have very similar symptoms.
Objective: Determine the frequency of bladder structural lesions detected by urethrocistoscopy in which we performed bladder biopsies.
Material and method: Descriptive, retrospective, analytical study of files and videos of 331 patients treated in Urodifem de Occidente (private Urogynecology Center). Thirty-five biopsies were taken. The statistical analysis was expressed as means standard deviations, ranges, percentages and Fishers test.
Results: Patients ages range 30-90 years average 60+13.76. Predominant symptoms were: irritative vesical syndrome 62.8%; pelvic pain 45.71%; urge incontinence 31.4%; hematuria 31.4%; vesical voiding dysfunction 11.4%. Principal endoscopic findings: Urethrotrigonitis; glomerular lesions or Hunner ulcers; vesical trabeculations; tumor or suspect lesions. Histopathologic findings were: Interstitial Cystitis 42.9%; chronic Cystitis 11.4%; Cystitis glandularis 8.6%; Cystitis follicular 11.4%; bladder cancer 5.7%; Vesical Papilloma 5.7%.
Conclusions: This study supports the practice of vesical biopsy when lesions other than those from chronic infection are observes in the presence of tumors or suspect lesions.


Key words: Bladder Biopsy, Bladder Dysfunction, Bladder suspect lesions, Urethrocistoscopy.


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