Cistita glandulo-chistică -- Caz clinic

Braticevici, B.; Petca, R.; Calin, C.; Jinga, V.
October 2012
Romanian Journal of Urology;2012, Vol. 11 Issue 4, p45
Academic Journal
Case Study
Introduction: The glandular-cystic cystitis is a benign entity which has clinical manifestations similar with malign bladder tumors.; the difference between these entities is only an anatomo-pathological. Material and method: A 50 years old man came to our clinic with an historic of macroscopic hematuria episodes. He was investigated clinically; bioumoral, sonographic, urographic, and cystoscopic and we found a tumor with a solid aspect on the bladder's trigon, which we resected endoscopically and we took biopsy from the bladder's neck. Results: The anatomo-pathological result relieved glandular-cystic cystitis. Conclusions: Glandular-cystic cystitis is a rare benign entity caused by the bladder's sub- mucosal metaplasia. The clinically aspect is similar with the one of infiltrative bladder tumors. The final diagnostic is made through cystoscopy with biopsy and anatomic-pathological analysis of the certain piece.


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