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cys·tos·to·my

 (sĭ-stŏs′tə-mē)
n. pl. cys·tos·to·mies
The surgical formation of an opening into the urinary bladder.
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cystostomy

(sɪˈstɒstɒmɪ)
n, pl -omies
a surgical procedure whereby an incision is made in the skin and urinary bladder to allow the drainage of urine
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cys•tos•to•my

(sɪˈstɒs tə mi)

n., pl. -mies.
the surgical construction of an artificial opening from the bladder through the abdominal wall, permitting the drainage of urine.
[1905–10]
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cys·tos·to·my

n. cistostomía, creación de un boquete o fistula en la vejiga para permitir el drenaje urinario.
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It was recorded that by 1899, doctor Masek had performed over 100 cystostomies. The most common indications were kidney stones and tuberculosis, later followed by prostatic retention cysts.
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It can also be used for open suprapubic cystostomies. The drain is outdated and silicone drains are used now because of possible latex allergy.