Diagnosing spontaneous ileal neobladder perforation: Too often delayed.

Abstract

Spontaneous neobladder perforations are rare, but well-documented; the first cases were reported more than 2 decades ago mostly in urologic journals. However, the diagnosis of these patients is often delayed in the emergency room setting because initial care is given by non-urological medical staff that is too often unaware of this etiology. We present 2… (More)
DOI: 10.5489/cuaj.1531

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