A case report of femoral bladder hernia found by computed tomography Yosuke Matsuta 1 , Norihiro Moriyama 2 , Tetsuya Hinoshita 3 , Takafumi Shimada 4 , Shinji Shirasaki 3 , Osamu Yokoyama 5 1The Department of Urology,Tannan Regional Medical Center 2The Department of Urology,Saito Hospital 3The Department of Surgery,Tannan Regional Medical Center 4The Department of Internal Medicine,Tannan Regional Medical Center 5The Department of Urology,Faculty of medical sciences,Fukui University Keyword: 膀胱ヘルニア pp.531-534
Published Date 2009/6/20
DOI https://doi.org/10.11477/mf.1413101770
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 A 65-year-old man was referred to our urological department. Because of bladder hernia was incidentally suggested by abdominal computed tomography. He had no subjective symptoms. Cystography and cystoscopy disclosed bladder hernia with the herniated part from the inside of the bladder. Surgical procedures revealed extra-peritoneal-type bladder hernia occurring from the right femoral ring. Closure of the hernia orifice using non-absorbable mesh material was performed. This is the third case of femoral region bladder hernia reported in Japan. Previous reports of urinary bladder hernia were reviewed and discussed herein.

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