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Med Arch. 2023; 77(6): 493-495

Complex Complicated Posterior Urethral Stricture with Contracted Bladder and Prostatorectal Fistula: How Do We Manage It?

Athaya Febriantyo Purnomo, Paksi Satyagraha, Kurnia Penta Seputra.


Background: Posterior traumatic urethral strictures due to PFUI have a wide variety of complication, such as erectile dysfunction, incontinence, bulbar urethral necrosis, and fistula. Bulbar urethral necrosis caused by inadequate blood supply for bulbar urethra, fistula developed by many surgical attempts done by inexperience surgeon worsen the patient’s condition, low vascular capability manifested as erectile dysfunction as well, and long term catheterization causes contracted bladder. This condition deteriorates the function and quality of life. Therefore this is very challenging condition to treat. Case Presentation Thirty-years-old man presented with the chief complaint of urine leakage from rectum and cutaneous fistula since 9 years ago. Patient also come with complex PFUI, iatrogenic bulbar urethral necrosis, erectile dysfunction with EHS score of 1, contracted bladder, and prostatorectal fistula. Patient underwent eight various surgical procedures including open surgery and internal urethrotomy previously. We performed cystoprostatectomy and fistula repair transabdominally. Continent cutaneous stoma ileal neobladder with Mansoura approach was performed afterwards. Patient was counselled and educated on how to do clean intermittent self-catheterization, patient was fully satisfied with his bladder function which increase quality of life. Conclusion: In this case of BUN with contracted bladder and prostatorectal fistula, continent cutaneous stoma is an option to improve patient’s quality of life. PFUI could be treated with high success rate if treated properly from the beginning, more intervention by inexperience surgeon could deteriorate success rate and also quality of life.

Key words: Bulbar Urethral Necrosis, Complex PFUI, Continent Cutaneous Stoma, Contracted Bladder, Prostatorectal Fistula.

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