Causes of osteomy disease
The problems that cause stoma are any illness or shock that causes obstruction, perforation, inflammation, or neurological problems in the urinary and digestive system.
These diseases and problems may be congenital or acquired.
Inflammatory Bowel Diseases, which include both Ulcerative Colitis and Crohn's Disease, may result in permanent or temporary bone marrow stomatitis. Pelvic cancers, such as bladder and uterine and ovarian cancers, may also cause stomatitis.
Occasionally, in emergency situations, such as accidents, the surgeon has to wear a temporary or permanent patient for damage to the abdominal and pelvic gut.
Hereditary diseases, such as Familial Polyposis, or Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome syndrome, also cause osteomy in some cases.
Urinary tract irregularity or urostomy insertion is performed when the bladder does not work well. Failure of the correct operation of the bladder has several causes.
One of the causes of this is cancer, bladder nerve problems, congenital problems, and severe bladder inflammation.