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  • What Is Follicular Cystitis?
    Follicular Cystitis:The disease is common in chronic urinary tract infection. Small brownish nodules observed by cystoscopy, are often surrounded by inflammatory mucosa, but sometimes can be seen in the normal mucosa between nodules. Diseases are common in the trigone of the bladder or the bottom of bladder. Nodules, which were needed to be differentiated with tumors, composed of lymphocyte follicles were found in lamina propria by microscopy. The treatment is to control the infection, and is sy....
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    Author: lixiaop
    Date: 2012/2/16 14:23:44
  • What Is Emphysematous Cystitis?
    Emphysematous Cystitis is an uncommon, but severe manifestation of infection of the urinary bladder produced by gas forming organisms. The presentation may be atypical and contrary to the degree of inflammation, patients may present with subtle clinical findings. Urinary tract infection, particularly in patients with diabetes, is a red flag for emphysematous Cystitis. Antibiotic therapy alone is usually curative, but in immunocompromised patients there may be concomitant pathology that requires....
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    Author: lixiaop
    Date: 2012/2/15 15:26:06
  • Three causes of Interstitial Cystitis (Painful Bladder Syndrome) (IC/PBS)
    IC/PBS is a characterized by urinary frequency , urgency , and lower abdominal pain where no identifiable pathology can be found. It can be misdiagnosed as chronic UTI, OAB, or even chronic pelvic pain. Unlike a UTI, pain tends to improve with urination; unlike OAB there is an element of pain. Unlike chronic pelvic pain, one study, found that pain above the pubic bone and pain in the urethra were more common than genital pain among 226 women with IC/PBS. The cause(s) of IC/PB....
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    Author: John
    Date: 2012/2/7 10:17:16
  • What Are Symptoms and Treatment of Cystitis on Early Stage
    Symptoms of Cystitis on early stage: What are the early symptoms of Cystitis? Cystitis is a common disease, to get the knowledge of symptoms of Cystitis can do good to the prevention. It is beneficial if we learn the early symptoms of Cystitis, then we are able to grasp the condition of the disease and go to the doctor in time. Avoid further severer condition, is undoubtedly helpful to the development of the disease. Symptom 1: Sweating Sweating more than usual is mainly caused by aut....
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    Author: lixiaop
    Date: 2012/1/12 17:02:29
  • Holding Back Urine Can Cause Cystitis
    One of my patient who suffers from Cystitis comes to consult me. He says he has learnt an effective way to treat Cystitis, that is holding back urine. The reason for that, he says, holding back urine can strengthen pelvic muscle, power the bladder contraction so as to relieve the symptoms of urinary frequency and urgency. Im surprised with this theory. Actually holding back urine can not ameliorate Cystitis, on the contrary, it causes Cystitis. Holding back urine for too long is even the prima....
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    Author: lixiaop
    Date: 2011/12/29 17:13:02
  • Glandular cystitis Treatment for elderly patients
    Patients with Cystitis or glandular Cystitis are almost women. Especially are elderly women. So, whats the most efficient treatment for curing this disease? The difference between glandular Cystitis and other Cystitis lies in theres no convincible proof to ensure the cause of the glandular Cystitis. In other words, the cause of the glandular Cystitis is not definite. Whats more, bacterials do not certainly related to glandular Cystitis. For this reason, the practice that some patients wi....
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    Author: lixiaop
    Date: 2011/12/17 17:38:21
  • Urinary tract infections (UTIs) and bladder infection
    Urinary tract infections are divided into four types. These are bladder, kidney, ureters and urethra. Treatment time varies depending on the type and severity of the infection. Most often these ailments are caused by the E. coli bacteria. An infection of the bladder (Cystitis) is a lower urinary tract infection. An infection spreading to the kidneys and ureters (pyelonephritis) is more serious. Symptoms of bladder infection include pain when urinating, cloudy or bloody urine, lower abdominal p....
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    Author: John
    Date: 2011/11/26 17:20:33
  • Natural cystitis treatments while antibiotics don't work
    Cystitis, an infection of a urinary tract, diagnosis customarily involves antibiotics, though there have been additionally healthy treatments. Some women try to equivocate antibiotics for a accumulation of reasons, as well as they might instruct to see if a healthy solutions such as herbs help prior to resorting to an antibiotic. Sometimes, Cystitis occurs notwithstanding your most appropriate efforts. You will be means to discuss it which something is incorrect by a categorical symptom, which....
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    Author: John
    Date: 2011/11/14 17:32:49
  • Cancer Risk Higher in Transplant Recipients
    Infection-related and unrelated cancers develop more frequently in solid organ transplant recipients than in the general population, according to researchers. In a study of data from 175,732 solid organ transplant recipients (58.4% kidney, 21.6% liver, 10% heart, and 4.0% lung), investigators found that 10,656 were diagnosed with malignancies, twice the number of malignancies expected to occur in the same number of individuals in the general population. The incidence of cancers of the kidney....
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    Author: John
    Date: 2011/11/9 16:23:02
  • Cystitis and Cause of Urinary Tract Infection
    In most of the cases, Cystitis is caused by cold which provokes spasms in the blood vessels. Additionally, this reduces the immune protection against infections and initiates Cystitis. This infection is often caused by too tight underwear or pants, as well as prolonged sitting, constipation, lack of personal hygiene. Cystitis has been also found to be result not only after the cold of legs or abdomen, but it can also be cause by cold of hands, so make sure you wear gloves when weather begins to....
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    Author: John
    Date: 2011/11/7 10:14:45