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JARMS. 2013; 5(4): 419-422


FOREIGN BODY IN URETHRA AND BLADDER

*Maheshwari M. K., Gupta Akhil Kumar, Jain Atul.

Abstract
Foreign bodies in genital tract are often jokes among doctors. Foreign bodies are often introduced in urethra for auto-erotism. Although most foreign bodies can be removed easily but some cases require endoscopic or open surgical treatment. The main goal should be extraction of foreign body with minimal techniques to reduce penile trauma. In the presented cases, (1) The urethro-vesical foreign body, a cable which was neither removed manually nor endoscopically, but removed by open surgery (suprapubic cystostomy), due to a knot in cable inside the bladder. (2) A long term kept foley's catheter could not be removed manually, due to formation of stone and concretion around the bulb and multiple stones in urinary bladder. Finally cystolithotomy was done to remove catheter and stone.

Key words: Telephone Cable, Urethra



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