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What is Bladder Fistula?

Description of the disease

Bladder fistula is a pathological opening between the urinary bladder and other organs, caused by various reasons.


  • Congenital bladder fistulas.
  • Acquired bladder fistulas.


Symptoms of bladder fistula may include constant feeling of urination, pain during urination, blood in the urine, involuntary urination, and others.


Causes of bladder fistula may include injury, infection, cancer, and other diseases.


For the diagnosis of bladder fistula, ultrasound examination, cystoscopy, computer tomography, and other methods may be used.


Treatment of bladder fistula may include conservative methods, such as drug therapy, or surgical intervention, including endoscopic and open surgeries.


Prevention of bladder fistula includes proper treatment and prevention of urinary tract infections, as well as prevention of bladder injury.


Urologist treats bladder fistula.

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