Angiographic abnormalities in the urinary bladder wall after irradiation
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Angiographic abnormalities in the urinary bladder wall after irradiation by Ove Hassler

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Published by [Acta Radiologica] in Stockholm .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Bladder.,
  • Urinary organs -- Radiography.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. [114]-117.

Statement[by] O. Hassler and S.-O. Hietala.
SeriesActa radiologica supplementum -- no. 328., Acta radiologica supplementum -- 328.
ContributionsHietala, S.-O.
The Physical Object
Pagination117 p.
Number of Pages117
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16598008M

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  The angiographic picture of pheocyhromocytoma of the urinary bladder is not pathognomonic. The angiographic findings, except the venous changes, have been observed previously in cases of urinary bladder carcinoma. 14 Angiographic examination did not allow differentiation between a malignant and benign tumor because local invasion or metastasis Cited by: 5. Angiographic abnormalities in the urinary bladder wall after irradiation. By Ove Hassler and Sven-Ola Hietala. Abstract Innehåll: Animal experiments / O. Hassler and S.-O. Hietala; Clinical investigation / S.-O. [email protected]: Ove Hassler and Sven-Ola Hietala. Histopathological and angiographic findings were correlated in 6 cases of tuberculosis of the urinary bladder. The number of vessels was only slightly increased in the initial and fibrotic stages, whereas hypervascularization was observed in the exudative and productive stages. Otherwise the angiographic changes were : M. Duchek, S. O. Hietala, B. Winblad. 1. Author(s): Hassler,O; Hietala,S O Title(s): Angiographic abnormalities in the urinary bladder wall after irradiation. Part I: Animal experiments [by] O. Hassler and S.-O. Hietala.

Angiographic abnormalities in the urinary bladder wall after irradiation. Simple Angiographic abnormalities in the urinary bladder wall after irradiation. Hassler, Ove. Hietala, Sven-Ola. Umeå University, Faculty of Medicine, Department of Radiation Sciences. Neoplasia of the urinary bladder is rare. Symptoms and signs of cystitis after irradiation. Clinical manifestations are similar to those of acute inflammatory process in the bladder include the symptoms of dysuria: cramps during urination, abdominal pain, irresistible urge, incontinence of urine, appearance of blood in the urine, etc. How will radiation therapy affect my bladder function? The lining of the bladder is sensitive to radiation and may become inflamed (a condition called cystitis) during treatments. Your treatments may cause you to feel: Pain or a burning sensation when you are urinating. The need to . Differential diagnosis for bladder wall thickening depends on whether the bladder is adequately distended. The bladder wall may be thickened if: >3 mm when distended >5 mm when nondistended; If the bladder is not distended, then it is difficult to exclude artifactual thickening from a collapsed bladder.

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