Inguinal hernia is common in midlle age and elderly. It is in two form of direct and indirect. Often the hernia sac consists of omentum and or intestinal segmants,but bladder hernia is very rare.
In present patient massive inguinal hernia and urinary retention were associated with ipsilateral nonvisulization and nonfuncting kidney that showed the disease is chronic in nature. The diagnosis is confirm by ultrasonography and retrograde cystography. In cystography,contrast maternal is show in scrotal cavity and commnication of it with bladder. In our case,the diagnosis is made preoperatively with ultrasonograpy and cystography. The patient able to void post-oprative day and scrotal enlargment is compelely reduce. In conclusion it is advised that in patients older than 50 years who have massive inguinoscrotal herina and prostatism cystography to be done mandatory and also preoperative diagnosis is to be made to prevente the injury of bladder and ureter in operating time
HR. Tajari ,HR. Tajari ,
[Urinary retention and nonfunctioning kidney secondary to bladder hernia [Case Report],
J. Gorgan Univ. Med. Sci. 2004;
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