Urethral Obstruction From Dislodged Bladder Diverticulum Stones

A Case Report

Linus I Okeke; Augustine O Takure; Sikiru A Adebayo; Olukayode Y Oluyemi; Abimbola AA Oyelekan

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BMC Urol. 2012;12(31) 

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Conclusions

In adequate treatment of patient with benign prostate enlargement and bladder diverticulum stones result in anterior and posterior urethral stones manifesting as urethral pain and acute urinary retention. This can safely be treated by antegrade manual stone extraction under caudal anesthesia in resource limited environment. The preferred treatment is TURP with cystolithotripsy at the same sitting.

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