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Erkrankungen der Blase, der Prostata und der Samenblasen

  • E. A. Tanagho

Zusammenfassung

Die Blasenekstrophie ist ein vollständiger ventraler Defekt des Sinus urogenitalis und des darüber liegenden Skelettsystems (s. Kap. 2). Andere angeborene Mißbildungen sind häufig damit verbunden. Bei dieser Mißbildung wird die Mitte des Unterbauches von der Innenfläche der Blasenhinterwand gebildet, deren Schleimhautränder mit der Haut verwachsen sind. Der Urin tritt aus den Harnleiterostien auf die Bauchwand aus.

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Blasenekstrophie

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Harninkontinez

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Enuresis

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Fremdkörper in Blase und Harnröhre

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Allergische Erkrankungen der Blase

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Divertikel

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Blasenfisteln

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Perivesikale Lipomatosis

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Strahlenzystitis

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Nichtinfektiöse hämorrhagische Zystitis

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Blasenempyem

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Kongenitale Anomalien der Prostata und der Samenblasen

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Blutige Ejakulation

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