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ICD-10 N30.3
ICD-9 595.3

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List of terms related to Trigonitis

Steven C. Campbell, M.D., Ph.D.


Trigonitis is a condition where inflammatory lesions form on the trigone region of the bladder. It is more common in women.

The cause of trigonitis is not yet known, and there is no solid treatment as of yet. Electrocautery is sometimes used, but is generally unreliable as a treatment, and typically does not have quick results.

Several drugs, such as muscle relaxants, antibiotics, antiseptics such as Urised, have varied and unreliable results.

Other forms of treatment include;

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