Urinary bladder disease


Urinary bladder disease

-ICD10|Q|64|1|q|60
ICD9 = ICD9|595-ICD9|596, ICD9|752.61-ICD9|752.62
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Urinary bladder disease can be congenital or acquired.

Types

* Cystitis cystica is a chronic cystitis glandularis accompanied by the formation of cysts. This disease can cause chronic urinary tract infections.
* Interstitial cystitis is a bladder disease of unknown etiology characterized by a bladder wall infiltrated by inflammatory cells resulting in ulcerated mucosa and scarring, spasm of the detrusor muscle, hematuria, urgency, increased frequency, and pain on urination.
* The bladder may rupture if overfilled and not emptied. This can occur in the case of binge drinkers who have consumed large quantities, but are not conscious due to stupor of the need to urinate. This condition is very rare in women, but does occur. Symptoms include localized pain and uraemia (poisoning due to reabsorbed waste). [cite web |url=http://www.guardian.co.uk/g2/story/0,,2213866,00.html |author=Lucy Atkins |title=A new report says binge drinking has increased to such an extent that cases of 'exploding bladders' are on the rise in the UK. |date=2007-11-20 |format= |work=The Guardian |accessdate=] [cite journal |author=Dooldeniya MD, Khafagy R, Mashaly H, Browning AJ, Sundaram SK, Biyani CS |title=Lower abdominal pain in women after binge drinking |journal=BMJ |volume=335 |issue=7627 |pages=992–3 |year=2007 |pmid=17991983 |pmc=2072017 |doi=10.1136/bmj.39247.454005.BE ]

References

External links

* http://kidney.niddk.nih.gov/kudiseases/topics/bladder.asp


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