Hernia in which the urinary bladder protrudes; vesical hernia.
Dropped bladder caused by hernia of front vaginal wall
herniation of the bladder into the vagina, commonly referred to as "bladder drop".
Protrusion of the bladder out through the anterior vaginal wall.
condition in which the bladder protrudes into the vagina
Bladder herniating through a defect in the Anterior Vaginal Wall.
The downward displacement of the bladder, which appears as a bulge in the anterior vaginal wall.
descent of the bladder through a weakness in supporting tissues.
hernia in which the urinary bladder protrudes through the wall of the vagina; sometimes occurs after childbirth
an downward outpocketing or hernia of the bladder towards the vaginal opening
a protrusion of the urinary bladder through the vaginal wall
a similar occurrence involving the urinary bladder
a type of hernia in which the urinary bladder pushes against weakened tissue in the front wall of
a type of pelvic organ prolapse that occurs when the tissues and muscles
Protrusion of urinary bladder to create a downward bulging of the anterior vaginal wall, caused by a weakness of the pubocervical fascia.
Prolapse of the bladder into the vagina. This can be seen as a bulge from the anterior wall of the vagina.
prolapse/descent or protrusion of the anterior vaginal (top) wall when blabber being intimately connected to it descends as well into the vaginal space.
A condition in which the supports that hold the bladder in place become weakened, allowing the bladder to protrude into the vagina.
A prolapse of the bladder base in women, causing bulging of the anterior vaginal wall due to a weakness in the pelvic floor.
Bulging of the bladder into the vagina.
The decent of a portion of the bladder into the vagina.
Protrusion of the bladder into the vagina signifying the relaxation of the support structure of the bladder
Fallen bladder. When the bladder falls or sags from its normal position down to the pelvic floor. It can cause either urinary leakage or urinary retention.
condition in which weakened pelvic muscles cause the base of the bladder to drop from its usual position down into the vagina.
Dropping of the bladder due to weakening of the upper vaginal wall.
Hernia of the bladder that protrudes into the vagina
A herniation of bladder into vagina
a hernia-like disorder in women that occurs when the wall between the bladder and the vagina weakens, causing the bladder to drop or sag into the vagina.
Protusion of the urinary bladder through the vaginal wall which can make it difficult to empty the bladder completely. The residual pool of urine in the bladder can form a breeding ground for bacteria. Common in older women, it is also called a cystic hernia. Overflow incontinence may be caused either by an obstruction of the urethra, an underactive detrusor muscle, or both. Obstruction may occur as a result of a cystocele, impacted feces, a narrowing of the urethra, or a pelvic tumor.
A descending of the bladder toward or through the vaginal introitus secondary to defective support in the upper portion of the vagina.
Occurs when the tissues between the bladder and the vagina weaken, allowing the bladder to bulge into the front of the vagina. Also called herniation of the bladder.
a bulge of the bladder into the vagina caused by loss of support for the bladder in the pelvis.
A cystocele (SIS-tuh-seal) is a medical condition that occurs when the wall between a woman's bladder and her vagina weakens and allows the bladder to droop into the vagina. This condition may cause discomfort and problems with emptying the bladder. A cystocele may result from muscle straining during childbirth, heavy lifting or repeated straining during bowel movements.