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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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Short of proceeding with cystectomy, an alternative to bilateral PNTs for urinary diversion is the cutaneous vesicostomy. Among the case reports describing its use, it is typically employed in the setting of hemodynamic instability with high transfusion requirements or in patients with terminal disease.
If the urethra is severely damaged, a vesicostomy can be done to make an opening directly from the bladder to outside the body wall.
Colectomy, Octreotide/-, Jejunum- ileum Erythromycin/- resection, Gastrostomy Vesicostomy 3.
Except for patient 5 who underwent a vesicostomy, salt wasting recovered in the other patients of our patient group before surgical correction.
[12] Primary endoscopic valve resection is preferred over vesicostomy to avoid bladder scarring and allow normal bladder cycling, [13] but in the absence of small resectoscopes, a temporary vesicostomy could be performed to relieve pressure on the kidneys.
Only one child had undergone surgical intervention for neurogenic bladder: vesicostomy at the age of 13 months.
In this study, a temporary drainage procedure in the form of cutaneous vesicostomy is employed in 12 infants who presented with renal failure.
Once the first blood collection for the determination of microhematocrit was completed, a laparotomy with lower midline incision was carried out, with vesicostomy and purse-string suture for catheter fixation and insufflation of pneumoperitoneum according to the groups.
The bladder mucosa along the distal ureteral orifice, which may become fragile, fibrotic, thickened or metaplastic due to previous conditions such as exstrophy, vesicostomy or neurogenic dysfunction, is considered unfit for TBM.