Intestinal perforation after radical cystectomy due to drain: Case report

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Salih Budak *
Hüseyin Aydemir
Hasan Salih Saglam
Oztug Adsan
(*) Corresponding Author:
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The current standard treatment for nonmetastatic invasive bladder cancer is radical cystectomy with urinary diversion. Radical cystectomy surgery carries a serious potential risk of complications. In this case report, an intestinal perforation which was thought to be occurred due to a Foley catheter placed as a drain after the cystectomy is presented.

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