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Nohl, a native of Indianapolis who now lives in Greensburg, says he was diagnosed with interstitial cystitis and prostatitis last year, conditions that affect his bladder and prostate.
In one of the new papers, Zitvogel’s group examined data for 249 lung, kidney, and bladder cancer patients, 69 of whom took antibiotics for routine reasons such as dental work or a urinary tract infection before or soon after starting a PD-1 drug.
Being overweight compared to your height can lead to high blood pressure, diabetes, gall bladder disease and numerous other conditions.
Bile from a bear’s gall bladder is used in traditional Chinese medicine, and bear paws are a delicacy in China.
After a Daytona Beach police officer smelled booze, Joyce became uncooperative, yelling racial slurs at about 30 to 40 bystanders and then made her bladder gladder while waiting for an officer to search her, according to an arrest affidavit.
Rarely a canal remains that connects the bladder to the belly button.
Drinking tap water contaminated with TTHMs increases the risk of bladder cancer, and also has been associated with liver, kidney and intestinal tumors, as well as increasing the risk of prenatal problems, according to the EWG.
Caruso became a breast cancer survivor after losing her first husband, Jim Daly, to bladder cancer.
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Origin and Etymology of bladder
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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medical Definition of bladder
- the bladder of a tapeworm larva
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