Flashcards in Lesson 4E (Part 2) Deck (24)
Endometrial tissue outside of uterus
What may endometriosis involve?
- frequently bladder
What is endometriosis present with?
How does endometriosis look like on US? (2)
1. Mural or intramural cyst
2. Solid or complex lesion
How is endometriosis diagnosed? (2)
Chronic inflammation of the bladder wall
What is the etiology of interstitial cystitis?
What is a symptom of interstitial cystitis?
What does interstitial cystitis look like on US? (2)
1. Small capacity
2. Thick walled bladder
What is used to diagnose interstitial cystitis? (2)
How does neurogenic bladder look like on US? (3)
1. Smooth large capacity
2. Thin walled bladder
3. May extend high into abdomen
What will be seen with neurogenic bladder?
A large post void residual
What may occur with neurogenic bladder if not treated?
Rapid deterioration of renal function
What is neurogenic bladder a result of?
Cerebrum not functioning properly
What kind of disease is bladder diverticula? (2)
What is another term for acquired bladder diverticula?
Where is hutch diverticula located?
Near the ureteral orifice
What causes hutch diverticula?
Previous bladder outlet obstruction
What do narrow necks in the bladder lead to? (5)
1. Urinary stasis
What does bladder diverticula appear as?
An outpouching sac from the bladder wall
What are important images to take with bladder diverticula?
Post void residual images
- detect change
- want them to be able to empty everything, if not there could be an infection
Process of diffusing blood across a membrane to remove substances a normal kidney would eliminate
What can renal dialysis do? (2)
1. Restore electrolytes
2. Fix acid-base balance