Clinical Study of Combined Endoscopic And Percutaneous Management of a Late Complication Following Tension-free Vaginal Tape (TVT) Anchored Stone for Female Stress Urinary Incontinence
Keywords:stress urinary incontinence , sling surgery ,stone, endo urology
TVT is a simple and less-invasive variation of the suburethral sling with higher success rates1. It has been
rapidly gaining popularity worldwide but it has also lead to increasing number of patients presenting with
associated complications. Bladder erosion through the bladder wall occuring predominantly within the first
2 years the placement of TVT is producing tension or in the close proximity of the bladder..Formation of a
calculus in the urinary bladder secondary to an intravesical mesh erosion is relatively infrequent rare and
delayed complication.Owing to the scarcity of the data on mesh erosion there is no consensus regarding the
ideal approach to remove the mesh Combined endoscopic and percutaneous approach should be opted as the
preferred approach .Open surgery should be opted only if minimal invasive approach fails.
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