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In cystitis cystica, the center of the nest of urothelium undergoes liquefaction to produce cystic swellings. Cystitis cystica is also present in 60% of normal bladders. It should be distinguished from cystitis follicularis, a non-cancerous response to chronic bacterial infection. During cystoscopy it appears as punctate yellow submucosal (lining of the bladder) nodules, which have been given the descriptive name bacteriuric bumps. Overall none of the above mentioned conditions are cancerous. Cystitis cystica, increases your changes for cystic/bladder infections.
Dr Anrich Burger
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