Retained Foreign Body in Urinary Bladder: A case report

Rajeev Sarpal, Shikhar Agarwal, Priyank Pathak, Manoj Biswas, Ankur Mittal, Karamveer Rathore, Ravinder Pal, Aparesh Sanyal

Abstract


: Various foreign bodies have been reported in the literature. The diagnosis of a foreign body in the bladder is often incidentally established through imaging techniques, or during cystoscopy. Long-term neglected catheter may result in many complications and; therefore, physicians who involve managing urinary catheters should not ignore the possible existence of remnant segment after accidental removal of the urethral catheter. Here we report a case of retained amputated stump of the Foley’s catheter, discovered incidentally while doing TURP.


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