How Many Years Can A Patient With Glandular Cystitis Live?

Date:2019-07-05 click:0
In fact, glandular cystitis is caused by the proliferation of adenoid structure in the bladder with obstruction. The symptoms of the calculi stimulate the bladder mucosa and are caused by the infiltration of many inflammatory cells. In fact, this is a benign lesion. Scielo has more information as regard to Benign Lesion of Glandular Cystitis

Although this is a benign lesion, it is also recognized by the medical community as a precursor to bladder cancer. That’s why many people think they won’t live long. But because glandular cystitis is caused by a combination of various inflammations, it is often very stubborn, and it is very troublesome to treat, and prone to relapse. So many patients worry about it.

Glandular cystitis is a metaplastic change with a variety of case slices

Glandular cystitis differs from general cystitis in that it is a metaplastic change, a value-added change in the bladder transitional epithelium. Although the cause of glandular cystitis is not clear, most scholars believe that it is related to repeated infection of bladder mucosa, bladder obstruction stones, bladder foreign body, and long-term indwelling catheter.

In addition to routine examinations, cystoscopy and pathological biopsy are also necessary for the diagnosis of cystitis glandularis. In pathological biopsy, the pathological sections are also diverse. Such as the typical structure of the Bronze's nest, glandular epithelium or cystic cavity.

Adenocystitis under cystoscopy has two types: high risk and low risk

The cystoscopy of cystitis glandularis is different from other cystitis. Although it is considered to be a benign change, the chance of malignant transformation is still relatively large, between 4% and 5%. Under cystoscopy, there are two types of low-risk type with low malignant transformation rate and high-risk type with high malignant transformation rate. Whether adenocystitis can be malignant into cancer depends on the biopsy results of cystoscope.

Glandular cystitis has some connection with bladder cancer. It can conver to bladder cancer in some circumstances, and the symptoms of these two diseases have many similarities, such as frequent urination, dysuria, urgency to urine, hematuria, or urinary incontinence.

However it is a misconception to think that glandular cystitis is bound to develop into bladder cancer

So, how many years can patient with glandular cystitis live? In fact, this problem is based on the patient's specific situation. If the patient with glandular cystitis develops rapidly into bladder cancer, the 5-year survival rate of the disease after the cure is not higher than 22%.

Moreover, according to the current medical clinical experience, three out of every 10 patients with adenocystitis will develop bladder cancer. Therefore, many patients will ask how many years they can live with glandular cystitis.

Nevertheless, in case of unfortunate suffering from glandular cystitis, as long as the treatment is accurate and timely, such as taking TCM formula Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill, it will be effectively cured. After healing, people can still live normally and live for a long time.