An inventive two-catheter technique to manage an extra-peritoneally ruptured and prolapsed bladder causing obstructive uropathy

Mick O'Halloran, Steve McCombie, Dickon Hayne

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An 84 year-old lady presented with extraperitoneal bladder rupture following a fall, in the setting of procidentia causing longstanding bilateral ureteric obstruction. Imaging demonstrated that while part of her bladder was in the pelvis, a large component was within the prolapse. After catheterising the pelvic portion, CT Cystogram confirmed decompression of the bladder in the pelvis, but on-going distension of the bladder in the prolapse. A second urethral catheter was placed in to the prolapsed portion of the bladder facilitating easy manual reduction of the prolapse. This reduction resolved the ureteric obstruction and was maintained with a pessary.

Original languageEnglish
Article number100874
JournalUrology Case Reports
Volume24
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 May 2019

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Urinary Bladder
Catheters
Prolapse
Pelvis
Pessaries
Urinary Catheters
Decompression
Rupture

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An inventive two-catheter technique to manage an extra-peritoneally ruptured and prolapsed bladder causing obstructive uropathy. / O'Halloran, Mick; McCombie, Steve; Hayne, Dickon.

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