Bladder Hernia - Analysis of Seven Cases
吳東霖(Tony T. L. Wu)；陳明村(MIng-Tsun Chen)；林信男(Shinn-Nan Lin)；陳光國(Kuang-Kuo Chen)；李瀛輝(Ying-Huei Lee)；張心湜(Luke S. Chang)
|Volume or Term/Year and Month of Publication||
2卷3期（1991 / 09 / 01）
551 - 554
Herniation of urinary bladder is not an uncommon disease. In our series, it occurs in 0.9% of all inguinal hernia in men over 50 years of age. From May 1987 to June 1988 we had treated 7 bladder Hernia, only one patient had the typical “two-stage urination,” the others were nonspecific complaints. According to standing IVP films or cystogram, 4 patients were diagnosed correctly before operation, the other three were found unexpectedly after injury of unrinary bladder during hernioplasty. According to the classification, there were 3 paraperitoneal, 2 extraperitoneal type herniations, one cannot be identified druing operation and one cannot be identified during operation and one patient did not receive surgical intervention. The treatment consists of reduction of herniated bladder. With or without partial cystectomy, and hernioplasty.