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Bladder tuberculosis symptoms, how to diagnose?

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Updated: Wednesday, Dec 16,2009, 3:16:24 PM
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In addition to frequent urination, a number associated with dysuria, pyuria, hematuria, etc. can be turned around by the anti-TB treatment. In addition to the symptoms of bladder contracture frequent urination and incontinence, the often without dysuria, pyuria, hematuria, etc., after anti-TB treatment the symptoms do not improve, and due to fibrosis of the bladder lesion further symptoms actually worsened.

Analysis of history and clinical manifestations:

1. To stimulate the symptoms of chronic cystitis, after antibiotic treatment had no significant effect of those.

2. Urine acidic, there is pus cell, while no bacterial growth were common culture.

3. Have tuberculosis or other urinary tract lesions other than tuberculosis, there a small amount of urine protein, urine red blood cells by microscopic examination there.

4. Epididymis, seminal vesicle, spermatic cord or the prostate was found sclerosis, scrotum who had chronic sinus.

First, determine the patients had urinary tuberculosis are often the performance, and then determine the combination of clinical manifestations of bladder tuberculosis. However, many atypical clinical need to identify with other diseases. Although the tuberculin skin test was not reliable, but diagnosis of genitourinary tuberculosis is still some value, especially in patients with negative tuberculin test prior to the sudden positive attention should be paid. In addition ESR as a screening of patients should also be routine examination.

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