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We present a case report of cryoshock phenomenon in a 67year-old man following renal cryotherapy. We review literature and discuss incidence, pathophysiology and management.
Introduction: Persistent urethral incontinence occurs in approximately 30% of patients after ileovesicostomy. We report a case of a patient with neurogenic bladder dysfunction due to spinal cord injury managed with ileovesicostomy and an artificial urinary sphincter (AUS) to treat persistent...
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