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Experience:  I am fellowship trained specializing in general urology and reconstructive urology.
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I just had a cysto and the doctor said I have erythematous

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I just had a cysto and the doctor said I have erythematous mucosa on the right edges of prior resection site - nothing suspicious. with no also noted was an anterior dome submucosal round lesion (likely leiomymoa) with no trabeculation. What does all of this mean? I am having a CAT scan in a few days. Why do you thing the CAT scan was ordered and what does all of this mean in simple English. I had bladder cancer 8 years ago with no problems since then. Thank you!
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Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Urology
Expert:  Dr. Y. replied 1 year ago.
The erythematous lesion is possibly concerning for a recurrence of the bladder cancer. This is why CT scan was ordered to see if this is the case. It sounds like they are probably going to need to do a biopsy of the area in the future. I'm not sure what the leiomyoma is but it sounds like they are referring to possibly a uterine fibroid pushing down on the bladder at the top of the bladder. This is not anything to be concerned about. Hope this helps.