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Simple cyst of urinary bladder.

Bo Y - Urol Ann (2014)

Bottom Line: No case study was found in the database of Elsevier Science Direct, Spring-Link, or PubMed.The cystic lesion at bladder dome was detected by radiologic examination and confirmed by cystoscopy.The bladder cyst should be distinguished from urachal tumor, and laparoscopic partial cystectomy is the preferred operative procedure.

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Affiliation: Department of Urology, The Second Affiliated Hospital of Dalian Medical University, Dalian, Liaoning Province, China 116027.

ABSTRACT
Simple cysts are rare in the urinary bladder and can pose a diagnostic dilemma to both the urologist and the histopathologist. No case study was found in the database of Elsevier Science Direct, Spring-Link, or PubMed. We present two cases of subserous cyst in the bladder and discuss the diagnosis and treatment of the condition. The cystic lesion at bladder dome was detected by radiologic examination and confirmed by cystoscopy. In case 1, transurethral resection was first performed which was followed by partial cystectomy; In case 2, the cyst was removed with the urachus using laparoscopic surgery. The patients recovered uneventfully and the histopathology showed cysts in subserous layer of urinary bladder. The bladder cyst should be distinguished from urachal tumor, and laparoscopic partial cystectomy is the preferred operative procedure.

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(a) Computerized tomography scan showed a small (1.8 cm in diameter) well-defined cystic mass with low density of 17HU and no enhancement at the dome of the bladder (b) Cystoscopy revealed a cyst-like mass with smooth surface at the anterior wall of the urinary bladder (c) Laparoscopic partial cystectomy was performed approximately 1 cm away from the outer margin of the lesion under cystoscopic guidance (d) Histopathological image of case 2
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Figure 2: (a) Computerized tomography scan showed a small (1.8 cm in diameter) well-defined cystic mass with low density of 17HU and no enhancement at the dome of the bladder (b) Cystoscopy revealed a cyst-like mass with smooth surface at the anterior wall of the urinary bladder (c) Laparoscopic partial cystectomy was performed approximately 1 cm away from the outer margin of the lesion under cystoscopic guidance (d) Histopathological image of case 2

Mentions: A 43-year-old woman suffered from intermittent lower abdominal pain with slight urinary frequency and urgency for three years. Physical examination and urinalysis showed normal results. Ultrasonography revealed a cyst measuring 2.4 × 1.2 cm at the mid-anterior bladder wall. CT scan showed a small (1.8 cm in diameter) well-defined cystic mass with low density of 17HU and no enhancement at the dome of the bladder [Figure 2a]. Cystoscopy revealed a cyst-like mass with smooth surface at the anterior wall of the urinary bladder. The cyst measured 2.0 × 1.8 cm and decreased in size with the inflating of the bladder [Figure 2b]. Laparoscopic partial cystectomy was performed approximately 1 cm away from the outer margin of the lesion under cystoscopic guidance [Figure 2c]. Meanwhile the urachus was removed. Pathological examination [Figure 2d] revealed capsule-like tissue in bladder wall with chronic inflammation and uroepithelium proliferation.


Simple cyst of urinary bladder.

Bo Y - Urol Ann (2014)

(a) Computerized tomography scan showed a small (1.8 cm in diameter) well-defined cystic mass with low density of 17HU and no enhancement at the dome of the bladder (b) Cystoscopy revealed a cyst-like mass with smooth surface at the anterior wall of the urinary bladder (c) Laparoscopic partial cystectomy was performed approximately 1 cm away from the outer margin of the lesion under cystoscopic guidance (d) Histopathological image of case 2
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Figure 2: (a) Computerized tomography scan showed a small (1.8 cm in diameter) well-defined cystic mass with low density of 17HU and no enhancement at the dome of the bladder (b) Cystoscopy revealed a cyst-like mass with smooth surface at the anterior wall of the urinary bladder (c) Laparoscopic partial cystectomy was performed approximately 1 cm away from the outer margin of the lesion under cystoscopic guidance (d) Histopathological image of case 2
Mentions: A 43-year-old woman suffered from intermittent lower abdominal pain with slight urinary frequency and urgency for three years. Physical examination and urinalysis showed normal results. Ultrasonography revealed a cyst measuring 2.4 × 1.2 cm at the mid-anterior bladder wall. CT scan showed a small (1.8 cm in diameter) well-defined cystic mass with low density of 17HU and no enhancement at the dome of the bladder [Figure 2a]. Cystoscopy revealed a cyst-like mass with smooth surface at the anterior wall of the urinary bladder. The cyst measured 2.0 × 1.8 cm and decreased in size with the inflating of the bladder [Figure 2b]. Laparoscopic partial cystectomy was performed approximately 1 cm away from the outer margin of the lesion under cystoscopic guidance [Figure 2c]. Meanwhile the urachus was removed. Pathological examination [Figure 2d] revealed capsule-like tissue in bladder wall with chronic inflammation and uroepithelium proliferation.

Bottom Line: No case study was found in the database of Elsevier Science Direct, Spring-Link, or PubMed.The cystic lesion at bladder dome was detected by radiologic examination and confirmed by cystoscopy.The bladder cyst should be distinguished from urachal tumor, and laparoscopic partial cystectomy is the preferred operative procedure.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Department of Urology, The Second Affiliated Hospital of Dalian Medical University, Dalian, Liaoning Province, China 116027.

ABSTRACT
Simple cysts are rare in the urinary bladder and can pose a diagnostic dilemma to both the urologist and the histopathologist. No case study was found in the database of Elsevier Science Direct, Spring-Link, or PubMed. We present two cases of subserous cyst in the bladder and discuss the diagnosis and treatment of the condition. The cystic lesion at bladder dome was detected by radiologic examination and confirmed by cystoscopy. In case 1, transurethral resection was first performed which was followed by partial cystectomy; In case 2, the cyst was removed with the urachus using laparoscopic surgery. The patients recovered uneventfully and the histopathology showed cysts in subserous layer of urinary bladder. The bladder cyst should be distinguished from urachal tumor, and laparoscopic partial cystectomy is the preferred operative procedure.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus