Laparoscopic removal of intravesical mesh following pelvic organ prolapse mesh surgery

  title={Laparoscopic removal of intravesical mesh following pelvic organ prolapse mesh surgery},
  author={Christopher M. Maher and Benjamin Feiner},
  journal={International Urogynecology Journal},
With the increasing popularity of mesh in prolapse surgery, complications such as intravesical mesh will arise more frequently. In three cases intravesical mesh was identified in the trigone of the bladder following laparoscopic mesh hysteropexy, open sacral colpopexy, and transvaginal mesh repair and presented 9 months to 7 years later with a variety of symptoms including recurrent urinary tract infections, suprapubic pain, and constant urinary leakage. Each underwent uncomplicated… CONTINUE READING
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