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3 responses to “Bladder lesion”
The ventral ub wall loses
The ventral ub wall loses layers and appears transmural but resectable with ventral wall resection. 50/50 tcc vs granulomatous lesion but needs to come out as its focal and transmural. Other potential is wall lesion from cystocentesis trauma…intramural hematoma as this is the site for cysto. Side note the urethra looks dilated suggestive for poor tone.
Thanks EL. No cysto done but
Thanks EL. No cysto done but I will keep posted with follow up.
What do you make of the liver?
Nodular hepatopathy – nodular
Nodular hepatopathy – nodular regeneration, granuomatous disease, neoplasia. FNA cytology may help but often need wedge/Tru-Cut biopsy for a final diagnosis.