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Bladder Trabeculation

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Bladder Trabeculation

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www.aapc.com
" ...note. Could someone please suggest the proper CPT code? \"Bladder Trabeculation: not present Mucosal lesions: No Glomerulations. Erythematous and a... "

Post from
sci.rutgers.edu
" ...in mind that botox will only relax spastic bladder muscles. It cannot remedy bladder trabeculation (wall thickening) which can occur due to prolonged bladder spasm and high pressures,... "

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sci.rutgers.edu
" ...google I know know that diverticulae are 'baloon like' sacks growing on the bladder. Trabeculation means thickened blader walls. But I still have no idea whether these are... "

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www.mombu.com
" ...On cysto, he says I have bladder trabeculation grade 2 (meaning that the bladder wall has thickened over the years due to the straining necessary to start flow). I have been on... "

Post from
sci.rutgers.edu
" ...with high pressures also often causes bladder trabeculation (thickening) which makes this worse. ...had a sphincterotomy? Do you have an enlarged prostate (BPH)? Sphincterotomy, in theory,... "

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www.natmedtalk.com
" ...a significant opening. My URO says that I have bladder trabeculation from years of pushing through the tight urethra (I'm ...something to look forward to. At least there is no pain, and I'm grat... "

Post from
sci.rutgers.edu
" ...You mentioned normal ultrasounds. Does this include having a low residual urine? Any bladder trabeculation (thickening) noted? The latter can indicate emptying with a high pressure over a... "

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