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SETB. 2008; 42(4): 22-24

Intravesical foreign body due to knotting and severing of a suprapubic catheter in a child: Sequential unusual complications

İbrahim UYGUN, Uzm. Dr. Burak İŞLER, Salim İdris KELEŞOĞLU, Nurullah DOĞAN, Halil Fatih KORKMAZ.

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Urinary catheter knotting, severing and iatrogenic foreign bodies in the bladder are rare complications of urinary catheterization in both children and adults. Here, we present our clinical experience a case with these complications in a 12-years-old boy causing recurrent urinary tract infections for a year. The foreign body was successfully removed with cystoscopy

Key words: Suprapubic catheter, knot, foreign body

Article Language: Turkish English

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