A case of bladder and rectal injury due to dislodgement of leg brace during ureteroscopic lithotripsy
we present a case of bladder and rectum perforation due to dislodgement of leg brace during holmium laser lithotripsy. A 66-year-old man admitted to the hospital due to "intermittent pain in the left lumbar region for more than 30 days" and was performed with Holmium laser lithotripsy after routine perioperative preparation.The right leg brace suddenly fell off during the operation, and caused perforations in the posterior wall of the bladder and the anterior wall of the rectum. we finally treated the rectal perforation with enteroscopic titanium clip closure and bladder perforation with indwelling catheter. The patient was discharged after the urinary catheter was removed two weeks after surgery.
- rectal injury；
- lithotomy position；
- colonoscopic managemen
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