Double J catheter migrated to the bladder and encrusted. Case report and bibliographic review.

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OBJECTIVE Urinary tract obstruction is one of the most prevalent diseases in urology. The handling of it includes conservative (analgesia and fluid therapy) and invasive (urinary diversion) measures. Ureteral stent is the method currently employed for urinary tract diversion. Complications of urinary tract stents maintenance have already been studied and… (More)

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@article{Gallego2012DoubleJC, title={Double J catheter migrated to the bladder and encrusted. Case report and bibliographic review.}, author={Daniel Gallego and Jos{\'e} Beltr{\'a}n Persiva and Mateo P{\'e}rez Mestre and Iv{\'a}n Jos{\'e} Povo Mart{\'i}n and Jaume Miralles Aguado and Carmen Garau Perell{\'o} and Vicente Gimeno Argente and Manuel Bosquet Sanz and Jose Antonio De Francia Valero}, journal={Archivos espanoles de urologia}, year={2012}, volume={65 2}, pages={251-5} }