A CASE OF BLADDER HERNIA Hirokazu Toyama 1 , Tsutomu Kinjo 1 , Tsukasa Higa 1 , Munehide Yoshikawa 1 , Choko Oyama 1 1Urology, Nakagami Hospital Keyword: 膀胱ヘルニア , 鼠径ヘルニア pp.773-775
Published Date 1993/9/20
DOI https://doi.org/10.11477/mf.1413901031
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A 52-year-old male, who had undergone surgery for right inguinal hernia 6 years previously, complained of hematuria and two-stage micturition.

Cystoscopy revealed a dell in the right bladder wall and cystgram showed right inguinal hernia of the bladder.

Surgical finding revealed the herniated portion of the bladder in Hasselbach's triangle. The bladder was replaced in the pelvis and an inguinal herniorrhaphy was performed.

Post-operative cystogram showed no recurrence of bladder hernia and 2-stage micturition disappeared.

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