a resection (removal) of the bladder.
An operation to remove the bladder.
(sis-TEK-to-mee): Surgery to remove the bladder.
surgery to remove all or part of the bladder.
Surgical removal of cyst in the ovary.
The surgical removal of a cyst.
Surgery to remove the bladder. Cystic fibrosis: A common genetic disease inherited as a recessive condition. Thick mucus can clog the lung passages and block the ducts of the pancreas in cystic fibrosis.
Surgical removal of an ovarian cyst, usually done along with laparoscopy (see " Laparoscopy").
Surgical excision of the bladder or part of the bladder
Surgical removal of the bladder.
Surgery to remove the bladder. In a partial cystectomy, only part of the bladder is removed. During radical cystectomy, the entire bladder, the fat and tissue surrounding the bladder and the pelvic lymph nodes are removed. In men the prostate and seminal vesicles are also removed. In women the uterus, tubes, ovaries, anterior vaginal wall and urethra are removed.
(sis-TEK-toe-mee) Surgery to remove the bladder.
Surgery to remove the bladder, often to treat bladder cancer. The primary goal of cystectomy is to treat the cancer. A secondary goal is early return of bowel function.
removal of the bladder with surgery