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Iatrogenic fornix rupture caused during retrograde manipulation of the ureter: a case report.

Bannowsky A - Cases J (2008)

Bottom Line: Iatrogenic fornix rupture caused during retrograde manipulation of the ureter is a rather rare or rarely diagnosed phenomenon.A 22 year-old female patient presented with a fornix rupture following endoscopic ureteral stone extraction under uretero-renoscopy, the rupture having become symptomatic two days later.

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Affiliation: Dept, of Urology, Ev,-Luth, Diakonissen Hospital Flensburg, Germany. abannowsky@gmx.de.

ABSTRACT
Iatrogenic fornix rupture caused during retrograde manipulation of the ureter is a rather rare or rarely diagnosed phenomenon. A 22 year-old female patient presented with a fornix rupture following endoscopic ureteral stone extraction under uretero-renoscopy, the rupture having become symptomatic two days later.

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Abdominal plain radiograph with sickle-shaped perirenal contrast medium extravasation.
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Figure 1: Abdominal plain radiograph with sickle-shaped perirenal contrast medium extravasation.

Mentions: On the postoperative abdominal plain radiograph a perirenal sickle-shaped contrast medium paravasation was shown (Fig. 1). During sonographic controls an extravasation existed within the Gerota's fascia (Fig. 2). The upper urinary tract and renal pelvis weren't dilated with the double-pigtail-ureterstent in correct position.


Iatrogenic fornix rupture caused during retrograde manipulation of the ureter: a case report.

Bannowsky A - Cases J (2008)

Abdominal plain radiograph with sickle-shaped perirenal contrast medium extravasation.
© Copyright Policy - open-access
Related In: Results  -  Collection

License
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getmorefigures.php?uid=PMC2611977&req=5

Figure 1: Abdominal plain radiograph with sickle-shaped perirenal contrast medium extravasation.
Mentions: On the postoperative abdominal plain radiograph a perirenal sickle-shaped contrast medium paravasation was shown (Fig. 1). During sonographic controls an extravasation existed within the Gerota's fascia (Fig. 2). The upper urinary tract and renal pelvis weren't dilated with the double-pigtail-ureterstent in correct position.

Bottom Line: Iatrogenic fornix rupture caused during retrograde manipulation of the ureter is a rather rare or rarely diagnosed phenomenon.A 22 year-old female patient presented with a fornix rupture following endoscopic ureteral stone extraction under uretero-renoscopy, the rupture having become symptomatic two days later.

View Article: PubMed Central - HTML - PubMed

Affiliation: Dept, of Urology, Ev,-Luth, Diakonissen Hospital Flensburg, Germany. abannowsky@gmx.de.

ABSTRACT
Iatrogenic fornix rupture caused during retrograde manipulation of the ureter is a rather rare or rarely diagnosed phenomenon. A 22 year-old female patient presented with a fornix rupture following endoscopic ureteral stone extraction under uretero-renoscopy, the rupture having become symptomatic two days later.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus