Cystocele

A cystocele (l {respell|SIS|tə-seel}) is a medical condition that occurs when the tough fibrous wall between a woman`s bladder and her vagina (the pubocervical fascia) is torn by childbirth, allowing the bladder to herniate into the vagina. Urethroceles often occur with cystoceles. ==Presentation== This condition may cause discomfort and problem....
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cystocele

(sis´to-sēl) herniation of the urinary bladder into the vagina.
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cystocele

[n] - hernia in which the urinary bladder protrudes through the wall of the vagina
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Cystocele

• (n.) Hernia in which the urinary bladder protrudes; vesical hernia.
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cystocele

colpocystocele noun hernia in which the urinary bladder protrudes through the wall of the vagina; sometimes occurs after childbirth
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Cystocele

Cys'to·cele noun [ Greek ............ bladder + ......... tumor: confer French cystocele .] (Medicine) Hernia in which the urinary bladder protrudes; vesical hernia.
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cystocele

A condition where the bladder herniates into the vaginal canal. This usually results in stress incontinence. This condition is seen with increased frequency with aging and multiparity. ... (27 Sep 1997) ...
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Cystocele

Cystocele: Bulging of the bladder into the vagina. From cysto- (the bladder) + -cele (hernia) because the bladder herniated into the vagina. Also called a cystic hernia.
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Cystocele

Prolapse of the bladder into the vagina
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cystocele

Type: Term Pronunciation: sis′tō-sēl Definitions: 1. Hernia of the bladder, usually into the vagina and introitus. Synonyms: vesicocele
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