Open Access Case Report Article ID: AUR-5-134

    GIANT vesical stone on an intra-uterine dispositive prolapse in vagina complicated with a vesical fistula: Case report and review of literature

    Avakoudjo Josue Dejinnin Georges, Agounkpe Michel Michael, Byabene Kaduku Gloire À Dieu*, Yunga Foma Jean De Dieu, Natchagande Gilles, Loko David, Hodonou Fred Detondji Martin, Muhindo Valimungighe Moise, Yevi Ines Dodji Magloire, Sossa Jean and Mukwege Mukengere Denis

    Intrauterine device is the commonest method of reversible contraception worldwide. It’s trans vesical migration or misplacement is a very rare complication with a high ratio of calculi formation. We present a case of a 39-year old patient with a large vesical stone prolapse in vagina lumen measuring 15.36 cm × 8.87 cm weighing 450 grams on a intra uterine copper contraceptive dispositive complicated with a large vesical fistula. The a lithotomy was performed via the low approach. The management of the fistula was done 3 months later. 

    Giant bladder stone on an intra uterine contraceptive device is a very rare clinical entity. monitoring of intrauterine contraceptive devices is necessary.


    Published on: Jun 12, 2021 Pages: 25-29

    Full Text PDF Full Text HTML DOI: 10.17352/aur.000034
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