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A leak test demonstrated water-tight closure of the bladder perforation. A urinary catheter was left in situ for 2 days.
Of course, if a bladder perforation is identified, it must be closed and a catheter placed for 10-14 days.
Oedematous gall bladder wall-liver interface is equally a potential area of dissection through which gall bladder perforation and stone spillage is not uncommon during removal of gall bladder from liver bed in acute oedematous cholecystitis.
(59) While the majority of these involved removal of bladder or renal stones, a substantial proportion were to address more serious complications, such as bowel obstruction, bladder perforation, and transitional cell carcinoma (TCC) of the bladder.
But in the wrong hands these synthetic mesh slings can become problematic, with bladder perforation, vaginal mesh exposure, voiding difficulty, worsening urgency, urinary tract infections, and pain being some potential complications.
* If bladder perforation rates for TVT vary from zero in one study to 7% in another, is bladder perforation an intrinsic risk of the retropubic sling--or a preventable problem?
In the excretory phase of the CT scan, a bladder perforation was seen as the contrast passed over to the scrotum.
An important complication encountered during laparoscopic cholecystectomy is gall bladder perforation, converting it into a lengthy procedure as it becomes important to retrieve all stones followed by irrigation to clear the spilled bile so that chances for abscess formation are decreased.