Temiz aralıklı kateterizasyon uygulayan hastada dev üretra taşı

Sancaktutar, Ahmet Ali; Penbegül, Necmettin; Söylemez, Haluk; Bozkurt, Yaşar; Atar, Murat; Gedik, Abdullah; Gümüş, Hatice
June 2011
Dicle Medical Journal / Dicle Tip Dergisi;2011, Vol. 38 Issue 2, p250
Academic Journal
Case Study
Urethral stone is a rare entity in clinical practice. Primary urethral stone happening directly in urethra is even rare, and it usually occurs as a result frequent urinary infection, urethral stricture and trauma. While the application of clear intermittant catheterization reliably protects bladder function, in long term use, it may cause various complications. In this case, we discussed giant urethral stone in a patient who has been acting clean intermittent catheterization regularly and without problem fort he last five years and who has had total loss of sensation in this lower extremity as a result of falling from height. Considering that the urethral calibration, in the patient acting clean intermittent catheterization is interesting, the giant urethra stone as much as examined such a case has not been presented in literature. In the patient acting clean intermittent catheterization and having loss of urethral sensation and with neurogenic bladder, we call attention to urethral pathologies the symptoms of which were seeing late.


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