radRounds Radiology Network

Connecting Radiology | Enabling collaboration and professional development

A diverticulum is a hollow outpouching or herniation of part of the bladder wall. The component parts of a true diverticulum are a mouth, neck and sac which have may a capacity up to 2,500 c.c.
Reference: Berry N, Schneiderman C. Vesical Diverticulum. Can Med Assoc J. 1948 February; 58(2): 129–133.
Credit: Dr Piotr Polaków

Views: 105


You need to be a member of radRounds Radiology Network to add comments!

Join radRounds Radiology Network

Sponsor Ad

© 2019   Created by radRounds Radiology Network.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service