cecoureterocele

Bladder vs Cecoureterocele - What's the difference?

bladder | cecoureterocele |


As nouns the difference between bladder and cecoureterocele

is that bladder is (zoology) a flexible sac that can expand and contract and that holds liquids or gases while cecoureterocele is (medicine) an ectopic ureterocele that extends into the urethra but opens into the bladder.

As a verb bladder

is to swell out like a bladder with air; to inflate.

Urethra vs Cecoureterocele - What's the difference?

urethra | cecoureterocele |


As nouns the difference between urethra and cecoureterocele

is that urethra is (anatomy) the tube through which urine exits the body and, in males, through which semen is ejaculated while cecoureterocele is (medicine) an ectopic ureterocele that extends into the urethra but opens into the bladder.

Ureterocele vs Cecoureterocele - What's the difference?

ureterocele | cecoureterocele |


In medicine|lang=en terms the difference between ureterocele and cecoureterocele

is that ureterocele is (medicine) a congenital abnormality of the urinary bladder, in which the distal ureter balloons at its opening into the bladder, forming a pouch while cecoureterocele is (medicine) an ectopic ureterocele that extends into the urethra but opens into the bladder.

As nouns the difference between ureterocele and cecoureterocele

is that ureterocele is (medicine) a congenital abnormality of the urinary bladder, in which the distal ureter balloons at its opening into the bladder, forming a pouch while cecoureterocele is (medicine) an ectopic ureterocele that extends into the urethra but opens into the bladder.

Ectopic vs Cecoureterocele - What's the difference?

ectopic | cecoureterocele |


As an adjective ectopic

is relating to ectopia.

As a noun cecoureterocele is

(medicine) an ectopic ureterocele that extends into the urethra but opens into the bladder.