Severe hemorrhagic cystitis often arises from anticancer chemotherapy or radiotherapy for pelvic malignancies. Infectious etiologies are less common causes except in immunocompromised hosts. These cases can be challenging problems for the urologist and a source of substantial morbidity and sometimes mortality for the patients. A variety of modalities of treatment have been described for the management of hemorrhagic cystitis but there is none that is uniformly effective. Some progress has been made in the understanding and management of viral hemorrhagic cystitis. This article reviews the common causes of severe hemorrhagic cystitis and the currently available management options.

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Hemorrhagic cystitis: A challenge to the urologist

Hemorrhagic cystitis or haemorrhagic cystitis is an inflammation of the bladder defined by lower urinary tract symptoms that include dysuria , hematuria , and hemorrhage. The disease can occur as a complication of cyclophosphamide , ifosfamide and radiation therapy. In addition to hemorrhagic cystitis, temporary hematuria can also be seen in bladder infection or in children as a result of viral infection. Causes of hemorrhagic cystitis include chemotherapy e. Ifosfamide is the most common cause of hemorrhagic cystitis. Radiation-induced hemorrhagic cystitis develops in similar or smaller patient numbers when compared to cyclophosphamide-induced cases.


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We'd like to understand how you use our websites in order to improve them. Register your interest. Haemorrhagic cystitis is defined as acute or insidious diffuse vesicle bleeding. The potential causes of bladder haemorrhage are numerous and include chemical toxins alkylating agents such as oxazophosphorine, busulfan, thiotepa, aniline, and toluidine derivatives such as dyes, insecticides and recreational drugs , immune agents penicillins and danazol , radiation external or interstitial , viruses adenovirus type 11, BK virus and influenza A and idiopathic aetiologies amyloidosis in rheumatoid arthritis. Diagnosis and treatment of this condition is frequently complicated. Vesicle haemorrhage secondary to bacterial, fungal or parasitic infections, or cancer, will not be addressed directly in this review. As such, we focus on causes and treatment of haemorrhagic cystitis that is not associated with infections or tumours.

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