cystotomy


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cystotomy

(sɪˈstɒtəmɪ)
n, pl -mies
1. (Surgery) surgical incision into the gall bladder or urinary bladder
2. (Surgery) surgical incision into the capsule of the lens of the eye
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cys·tot·o·my

n. cistotomía, incisión en la vejiga.
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(20,53) Alternatively, cystotomy with application of 4% formalin soaked swabs or endoscopic placement of formalin soaked pledgets have also been reported in cases.
Intraoperative complications were 0.5% (cystotomy [4], vaginotomy [4], conversion to open [2], bowel injury/aborted [1], adhesions/aborted [1], and ureteral injury [1]).
Inadvertent cystotomy at laparoscopic hysterectomy- SydneyWest Advanced Pelvic Surgery (SWAPS) Unit January 2001 to June 2009.
Cystotomy and capitonnage were performed on all the other patients.
Cystotomy was performed, and a calculus weighing 205 g was removed (Fig.
When an inadvertent cystotomy is identified, repair is often best achieved with omental tissue interposed between the bladder and vagina.
A cystotomy incision was given on the bladder adjacent to the stoma created so as to assist in vesicular ureteral anastomosis.
We made an oblique cystotomy under lower midline incision and dissect the intramural ureter with mass.
There have been a number of case reports presenting modified caesarean hysterectomy methods, with techniques such as intentional cystotomy and resection of the affected bladder wall with subsequent bladder repair [30], subtotal hysterectomy with invasive portion of placenta left in situ [31], and retrograde caesarean hysterectomy [32].