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Paravesical haematoma following placement of an isolated anterior mesh for cystocele repair

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Author(s): Sparić Radmila | Argirović Rajka | Buzadžić Snežana | Berisavac Milica

Journal: Vojnosanitetski Pregled
ISSN 0042-8450

Volume: 70;
Issue: 7;
Start page: 697;
Date: 2013;
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Keywords: cystocele | surgical mesh | surgical procedures minimally invasive | postoperative complications | hematoma | treatment outcome

ABSTRACT
Introduction. Pelvic organ prolapse is a substantial health problem for women around the world. Given the limitations of traditional surgery in the reconstruction of normal vaginal anatomy and function in genitourinary prolapse, various synthetic implants have been developed for surgical repair. Mesh procedures are gaining in popularity, encouraged by preliminary data. Although minimally invasive and relatively safe, serious complications following these procedures have been described. Case report. We presented a patient who had underwent an isolated anterior mesh procedure and developed postoperative haematoma which required surgical intervention. Conclusion. This report suggests that minimally invasive urogynecological procedures could result in significant complications. Thus, surgeons should be familiar with effective interventions in order to manage them.
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