Retained neonatal ureteral stent post-ureteric reimplantation: a 26-year saga

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Nesbitt, Alexander Luke
Joshi, Andre
Perera, Marlon
Clubb, Adrian
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2019
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Ureteral stents are an essential tool in modern day adult and paediatric urology. They are usually placed with the intention of removal or replacement after a specific time but may occasionally be forgotten or unintentionally retained. We present the case of a young man who presented with symptoms caused by a retained ureteric stent placed 26 years earlier during reconstructive ureteric surgery as an infant.

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BMJ Case Rep

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12

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11

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Clinical sciences

paediatric surgery

urological surgery

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Nesbitt, AL; Joshi, A; Perera, M; Clubb, A, Retained neonatal ureteral stent post-ureteric reimplantation: a 26-year saga., BMJ Case Rep, 2019, 12 (11), pp. e232280: 1-e232280: 2

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