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A collapsed bladder, which is more commonly referred to as fallen bladder or cystocele, is a female medical condition that occurs when the bladder abnormally drops into the vagina. It can occur at menopause as result of low levels of estrogen, a hormone that helps maintain strong vaginal and bladder muscles, or it can occur as a result of ...

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My husbands CT scan is showing a partially collapsed Bladder with stranding. What does this mean. Th reason for the CT was for diffuse upper abd pain, occasional vomiting, increased belching x one month. The remainder of the CT was unremarkable. It is recommending a cystoscopy.

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What Is a Collapsed Gallbladder? collapsed gallbladder meaning collapsed gallbladder on ultrasound collapsed gallbladder with stones collapsed gallbladder in ct scan partially collapsed gallbladder what to eat when gallbladder is inflamed collapsed gallbladder causes

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Doctors give trusted, helpful answers on causes, diagnosis, symptoms, treatment, and more: Dr. Fisher on collapsed bladder symptoms: Right upper quadrant pain. Pain after eating fatty foods. Occasionally nausea and vomiting.

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How do I know for sure whether a collapsed bladder on the report means that my bladder was empty or if it is the same thing as a prolapsed bladder? When I googled it, those were used interchangeably at times. ... CONTRAST CT SCAN FOR PAINLESS HEMATURIA-... Little urine in day loads at night. Urinary and Bladder Disorders Question.

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Hi, The term collapsed bladder is used when a patient goes for the ultrasound without drinking enough water and without holding urine. It’s the same as an empty bladder. Probably, the ultrasonologist meant that only and thus noting much to worry. It’s always good to ask a question then and there only, if one has any doubts.

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Differential diagnosis for bladder wall thickening depends on whether the bladder is adequately distended. The bladder wall may be thickened if: >3 mm when distended >5 mm when nondistended; If the bladder is not distended, then it is difficult to exclude artifactual thickening from a collapsed bladder

www.webmd.com/women/guide/prolapsed-bladder

Prolapsed bladder surgery is usually performed through the vagina, and the goal is to secure the bladder in its correct position. The bladder is repaired with an incision in the vaginal wall. The ...

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Collapsed or contracted gall bladder is not s disease; its just a radiological finding in ultrasound imaging. The gall bladder is a hollow structure that hold bile until it is needed to help digest fat. When the stomach senses that a fatty meal has been consumed it send a signal to the gall bladder to contract and expel its bile.

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Contracted gallbladder refers to a gallbladder that’s shrunken. In some cases, it won’t show up on an imaging test. Sometimes, this just a normal part of the digestive process. But in other ...