Late intraperitoneal posterior bladder wall perforation caused by loose percutaneous stamey suprapubic catheter

@article{Pieretti2004LateIP,
  title={Late intraperitoneal posterior bladder wall perforation caused by loose percutaneous stamey suprapubic catheter},
  author={Rafael V. Pieretti and Rafael V. Pieretti-Vanmarcke},
  journal={Pediatric Surgery International},
  year={2004},
  volume={10},
  pages={570-571}
}
Late intraperitoneal perforation of the posterior bladder wall resulting from the use of percutaneous suprapubic cystostomy catheters has not been previously reported. We describe a case where a Stamey-type percutaneous tube was used that developed a late posterior bladder wall perforation. This complication is more likely to occur when the catheter is not tied in at skin level and securely taped, particularly when the catheter material is not soft. The underlying diseased bladder and the… CONTINUE READING
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