Unusual Timing of Mesh Migration Following Inguinal Hernioplasty: A Case Report and Literature Review

  • Murat Yavuz Koparal Gazi University
  • Cenk Acar Özel Eryaman Hospital
  • Serhat Gürocak Gazi University
Keywords: Mesh migration, inguinalhernioplasty, bladder

Abstract

Mesh migration to the bladder after inguinal hernioplasty is a rare but important complication. We report a rare case of mesh migration to the bladder three weeks after inguinal hernioplasty. We also present a literature review involving cases of mesh migration following hernioplasty.

Author Biographies

Murat Yavuz Koparal, Gazi University
Research assistant at Department of Urology
Cenk Acar, Özel Eryaman Hospital
Assistant professor at Department of Urology
Serhat Gürocak, Gazi University
Assistant professor at Department of Urology

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Published
2017-03-29
Section
Literature Review With Cases