Prise en charge des corps étrangers des voies urinaires basses à Bobo-Dioulasso (Burkina Faso): Plaidoyer pour un accès aux moyens endoscopiques

ConclusionLes corps étrangers des voies urinaires basses sont relativement peu fréquents dans notre pratique, leur diagnostic est aisé avec des circonstances de survenue et la nature de ces corps étrangers variables. Malgré les progrès de l’endoscopie urologique, leur prise en charge dans notre pratique est faite par la chirurgie à ciel ouvert.AbstractObjectiveTo present our experience of lower urinary tract foreign bodies managementSubjects and MethodsIt was a retrospective review of lower urinary tract foreign bodies, managed in the Urology division of Souro Sanou University Teaching Hospital of Bobo-Dioulasso (Burkina Faso) between 1st January 2013 to 31st December 2014. Informed consents from the patients were obtained. Through a review of the literature, the clinical characteristics and the management modalities for have been discussed.ResultsThree cases of lower urinary tract foreign body have been registered and managed in two years. Patients were respectively aged 16 years, 37 years and 23 years, two female patients and one male. It was bladder foreign body, self inflicted for abortion attempt, an inserted foreign body in bladder through vagina presenting each one foreign during a sexual assault and for the third patient, male, it was a self inflicted urethral foreign body urethral during autoerotist sexual practice. All three patients have undergone open surgery that allowed the extraction of foreign bodies. A ps...
Source: African Journal of Urology - Category: Urology & Nephrology Source Type: research

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