Bladder Papilloma

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Bladder Papilloma is a medical condition where there is a benign tumor that grows in the person's bladder which stores urine produced by the kidneys.


Diagnosis is made through physical examination and undergoing laboratory tests such as urinary tests, and blood tests.


Treatment includes removal of the bladder tumors through cystoscopic or transurethral resection and fulguration or electrical destruction. It may also include the undergoing intravesicular chemotherapy and adminsitration of antineoplastic drugs.

Symptoms and Signs

Symptoms of Bladder Papilloma includes bright red blood in urine and urinary retention, pain.


Bladder Papilloma is said to be caused by the a benign prostatic hyperplasia, by a cancer in the bladder and a bladder calculi. Multiple sclerosis and prostate cancer may also cause the medical condition inasmuch as there us an interruption of upper motor neuron control of the bladder.

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