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Europa Medicophysica 2003 December;39(4):199-200

Copyright © 2003 EDIZIONI MINERVA MEDICA

language: English

Unilateral lower limb and recurrent urinary tract infections secondary to giant bladder diverticulum

Amarenco G. 1, Sheikh Ismael S. 1, Parratte P. 1, Raibaut P. 1, Lagauche D. 2, Rene-Corail D. 3

1 Service of Neurological Rehabilitation and Perineal Investigations Rothschild Hospital, Paris, France 2 HIA Legouest, Metz, France 3 Service of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation CHU, Fort de France, France


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A ­case of uni­lat­er­al low­er ­limb ede­ma ­and recur­rent uri­nary ­tract infec­tions sec­on­dary to ­giant blad­der diver­tic­u­lum in a wom­an ­with mul­ti­ple scler­o­sis is pre­sent­ed. Compression of ­iliac ves­sels by a diver­tic­u­lum is excep­tion­al ­since ­only 1 ­case ­was report­ed. Unemptied diver­tic­u­lum fol­low­ing mic­tu­ri­tion ­was ­the ­cause of recur­rent uri­nary ­tract infec­tions.

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