Cystectomy is a medical operation that includes total or partial bladder removal, and in some cases, the operation includes the construction of a new bladder, neobladder. Cystectomy bladder surgery is performed for a solution to bladder problems like bladder cancer, UPJ obstruction (Ureteropelvic Junction Obstruction) just as to some neurological disorders.
Also, cystectomy procedure is made for ovarian cyst removal, but they don’t have much in common. In this article, we mention cystectomy as a bladder removal.
Total or partial cystectomy may be required in many medical conditions, such as:
1) UPJ obstruction: Bladder and kidney connection broke down. Generally seen in youths.
2) Bladder cancer: Generally, bladder surgery performed due to bladder cancer. Its symptoms include hematuria (blood in urine union pain while urinating, and frequent urination.
3) Some neurological disorders like cyclothymia may cause partial bladder removal due to its effect on urination patterns.
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