What does atresia mean in English?

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absence or closure 1 : absence or closure of a natural passage of the body. 2 : absence or disappearance of an anatomical part (such as an ovarian follicle) by degeneration.

What is a Cystopexy?

(vesicofixation) n. a surgical operation to fix the urinary bladder (or a portion of it) in a different position. It may be performed as part of the repair or correction of a prolapsed bladder. From: cystopexy in Concise Medical Dictionary

What is Ureterorrhagia?

Urethrorrhagia is a name for irritation and bleeding of the urethra (the passage where urine comes out), seen most commonly in adolescent boys.

What is Ureteroileostomy?

[ yu-rt-r-l-st-m ] n. Surgical implantation of a ureter into an isolated segment of the ileum which drains through an abdominal stoma.

What is the difference between microtia and atresia?

Atresia is absence or underdevelopment of the ear canal and middle ear structures. Microtia is almost always accompanied by atresia because the outer ear and the middle ear develop around the same time during fetal development.

What is agenesis?

agenesis, in human physiology, failure of all or part of an organ to develop during embryonic growth. Many forms of agenesis are consistently lethal, as when the entire brain is absent (anencephaly), but agenesis of one of a paired organ may create little disruption of normal function.

Is a cystoscopy a diagnostic test?

Cystoscopy is used to diagnose, monitor and treat conditions affecting the bladder and urethra. Your doctor might recommend cystoscopy to: Investigate causes of signs and symptoms. Those signs and symptoms can include blood in the urine, incontinence, overactive bladder and painful urination.

What does scant urine mean?

Oliguria is considered to be a urinary output of less than 400 milliliters, which is less than about 13.5 ounces over the course of 24 hours. The absence of urine is known as anuria. Less than 50 milliliters or less than about 1.7 ounces of urine in a 24-hour period is considered to be anuria.

What is Neurorrhaphy?

Medical Definition of neurorrhaphy : the surgical suturing of a divided nerve.

What is the Ureterectasis?

Medical Definition of ureterectasis : dilation of a ureter.

What is Cystalgia?

n. pain in the urinary bladder.

What is an Indiana pouch bladder?

An Indiana pouch is a continent catheterizable urine pouch constructed during a urinary diversion surgery. It is made from the person’s own intestines to substitute some but not all functions of the bladder.

Are Urostomies permanent?

People with serious bladder issues caused by birth defects, surgery, or other injury may also need a urostomy. A urostomy is typically a permanent surgery and cannot be reversed.

What is a continent urinary stoma?

A continent urinary diversion is an internal pouch made to hold your urine. Your surgeon makes a new opening called a stoma on your tummy (abdomen) for the urine to pass through. This way of collecting urine allows you to control (be continent) when urine comes out.

What causes a Preauricular pit?

Preauricular pits form during development in the uterus. They likely result from imperfect fusion of the auricle, which is the visible part of the ear. The auricle forms during the sixth week of gestation. The pits may be inherited, which means that they can run in families.

Why do my ear canals itch so much?

Itchy ears can sometimes be a sign of an ear infection. Bacteria and viruses cause them, usually when you have a cold, the flu, or allergies. One kind, swimmer’s ear, can happen when water stays in your ear after you swim. Too much moisture wears away your ear canal’s natural layer of defense against germs.

Why is my ear hole so small?

What causes this hole? A preauricular pit is a small hole in front of the ear, toward the face, that some people are born with. This hole is connected to an unusual sinus tract under the skin. This tract is a narrow passageway under the skin that can cause infection.

What is dysgenesis?

defective development : defective development especially of the gonads (as in Klinefelter’s syndrome)

What is a corpus callosum?

The corpus callosum is the primary commissural region of the brain consisting of white matter tracts that connect the left and right cerebral hemispheres.

Is corpus callosum a disability?

Corpus callosum abnormalities are common brain malformations with a wide clinical spectrum ranging from severe intellectual disability to normal cognitive function. The etiology is expected to be genetic in as much as 3050% of the cases, but the underlying genetic cause remains unknown in the majority of cases.

What type of sedation is used for cystoscopy?

For a rigid cystoscopy: you’re given an injection of general anaesthetic (which makes you fall asleep) into your hand, or a spinal anaesthetic (which numbs the lower half of your body) into your lower back.

Why would a urologist do a cystoscopy?

During a cystoscopy, a urinary tract specialist (urologist) uses a scope to view the inside of the bladder and urethra. Doctors use cystoscopy to diagnose and treat urinary tract problems. These problems include bladder cancer, bladder control issues, enlarged prostates and urinary tract infections.

How long does it take to recover from a cystoscopy?

These symptoms should get better in 1 or 2 days. You will probably be able to go back to work or most of your usual activities in 1 or 2 days. This care sheet gives you a general idea about how long it will take for you to recover. But each person recovers at a different pace.

What is the doctor referring to when he says Urethrostenosis?

urethrostenosis (urethr/o/sten/osis) denotes a condition of narrowing of the urethra.

What is Pyuria in urine?

Pyuria is a condition referring to having white blood cells, or pus cells, in the urine. Women are at a greater risk for pyuria than men. Pyuria, by far, is the most common cause of white blood cells in the urine is due to an infection of the urinary system.

What causes anuria?

Symptoms and Causes Anuria is when your kidneys don’t have enough blood or fluid supply from conditions like extreme dehydration, blood loss, severe infection, shock, or heart and liver failure. Anuria can also be caused by something affecting your kidney’s normal filtering of your blood.

What is Neuroplasty nerve?

About Percutaneous Neuroplasty. Percutaneous neuroplasty, also called nerve hydrodissection, is used to treat painful nerves that are entrapped in scar tissue from surgery, trauma, or damaged from chronic repetitive movements. Percutaneous means through the skin.

What is a neuropathy flare up?

Neuropathic pain is a pain condition that’s usually chronic. It’s usually caused by chronic, progressive nerve disease, and it can also occur as the result of injury or infection. If you have chronic neuropathic pain, it can flare up at any time without an obvious pain-inducing event or factor.

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