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However, ketamine abuse has been associated with other bladder diseases, such as severe ulcerative cystitis.
In a new trial announced today, scientists in Leicester will inject the botulinum toxin ( a substance best known by the trade name Botox ( into the organs of patients with overactive bladder disease.
CYCLISTS in Wales were baffled yesterday when a new road sign warned them: "Your bladder disease has returned.
Owain Sgiv, an officer for the Welsh language campaign group Cymdeithas yr Iaith Gymraeg, explained: 'Roughly translated, llid y bledren dymchwelyd means bladder disease has returned.
Obesity can cause high blood pressure, high cholesterol levels, liver and gall bladder disease and type II diabetes (a disease in which the body has difficulty converting food to energy, resulting in high blood sugar levels).
Gall bladder disease: Although it wasn't widely known before the WHI trials, it's been clear for some time that HT users are much more likely to be treated for gall bladder disease than are other postmenopausal women who don't take HT.
I have had two cases of gall bladder disease treated by laparoscopic cholecystectomy ("Successful Cholecystectomy During Pregnancy," Oct.
Costs associated with gall bladder disease account for more than $6.
They also faced a 54% greater risk of gall bladder inflammation, and were 59% more at risk of suffering any kind of gall bladder disease or having to undergo surgery.
In summary, symptoms accompanying bladder disease range from embarrassing to unbearable.
Diabetes, stroke, arthritis, gall bladder disease, sleep apnea and an increased risk for a number of cancers are all associated with being overweight.
Now that long-term use of hormone therapy (more than 4 years) has been linked to increased risks for breast cancer, heart disease, blood clots, gall bladder disease and a slew of other serious health conditions, midlife women want to know what their other options are for treating menopausal symptoms, such as hot flashes and night sweats.
Hollands performed the first robotic general surgical procedure using Zeus in the United States to successfully remove a gall bladder in an adult patient with gall bladder disease.
Current therapy is limited to patients with end-stage bladder disease because bladder replacement or radical repair usually involves surgically removing sections of tissue from other parts of the body to replace diseased parts of the bladder, an invasive and expensive treatment.
Too-zealous attempts to lose weight have led to depression, gall bladder disease, ulcers, anemia, menstrual irregularities, gout, infertility, kidney stones, osteoporosis and even death, according to the Sacramento-based National Association to Advance Fat Acceptance.