cystostomy

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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.

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

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]
Translations

cys·tos·to·my

n. cistostomía, creación de un boquete o fistula en la vejiga para permitir el drenaje urinario.
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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.
If the volumes at which the elevated pressures are occurring are seen at volumes where catheterization frequency is unrealistic, or the parents are unable to perform CIC, a vesicostomy is a very effective option.
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.
Ashleigh has undergone a vesicostomy and also a gastrostomy but at last she is now at home with mum and dad and Leah.
Surgery was performed in 15 patients which included open pyeloplasty in 11 vesicostomy followed by posterior valve fulguration in 4 patients.
Cutaneous vesicostomy is sometimes performed for those infants with advanced renal failure, but it does not offer any advantage over primary valve ablation when comparing preservation of renal function.
A vesicostomy (placement of a catheter into the bladder) was performed, allowing urine to pass until definitive revision of the obstruction postnatally (1).