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What is Bladder Diverticulum?

Description of the disease:

Bladder diverticulum is the protrusion of the mucous membrane of the bladder through its muscular wall. Bladder diverticula can be acquired or congenital. In most cases, they do not manifest with prominent symptoms, but in some cases, they can cause discomfort and problems with urination.


  • Acquired diverticula;
  • Congenital diverticula.


  • Frequent urination;
  • Difficult urination;
  • Blood in the urine;
  • Pain in the bladder area.


The causes of bladder diverticula may include inflammatory processes, anomalies in the structure of the bladder, injuries, and other factors.


Ultrasound, cystoscopy, computed tomography, and other methods may be used to diagnose bladder diverticula.


Treatment of bladder diverticula may include medication therapy, physical therapy, or surgical intervention.


To prevent the appearance of bladder diverticula, it is recommended to lead a healthy lifestyle, avoid injuries, and promptly consult a doctor at the first signs of urination problems.


Urologist treats bladder diverticula.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.