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Obstruction of an ileal urinary conduit in an incarcerated right inguinal hernia.

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Summary of "Obstruction of an ileal urinary conduit in an incarcerated right inguinal hernia."

We present the case of a 72-year-old man with a history of anuria from his ileal conduit 15 months following its formation. That conduit had become incarcerated in a right-sided ingunial hernia. The patient presented with anuria and an acute kidney injury. A clincal diagnosis of an incarcerated hernia was made, and he was taken to theatre for reduction and repair of the hernia. On removal of the conduit from the hernial sac, it began to drain immediately. He made a full recovery, with normalisation of his renal function.

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Name: Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England
ISSN: 1478-7083
Pages: e46

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