What Causes Bladder Wall Thickening?

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Bladder wall thickening can be a sign of bladder squamous cell carcinoma in which the thickening was caused by hypertrophy and inflammation. On the other hand, it is still best to consult a medical professional to know the accurate reason for bladder wall thickening.
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A variety of different things can cause thickening of the bladder walls. For example, inflammations can cause this. In addition, noncancerous tissue growths can also cause this.
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