Treatment of Retained DJ(neglected DJ) in AL-Anbar Government, A Postconfict Study

Authors

  • Omar Mahmood Shakir1 ; Dhia A.Kareem2 ; Ameel Farooq Al Shawi3 , Wafaa Khalel Ibrahim4

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37506/mlu.v20i3.1560

Keywords:

Forgotten DJ, complications, Anbar governorate.

Abstract

Double J ureteral stents have been used to relieve or improve drainage in cases of ureteric obstruction

from any causes (intrinsic or extrinsic). These forgotten or retained ureteral stents could lead to many

complications. The objective of the paper is to assess the methods that used for treatment of neglected

double Jamong displaced persons. Across section study was done, 28 patients with neglected double J stent

were chosen from urology departments in Al-Ramadi & Al-Fallujah teaching hospitals. Result: Out of total

(28) , 20 (71.4%) were males while females were 8 (28.6%) of the sample. The indication of insertion

varied between 13 (46.4% ) patients after Ureterorenoscopy procedure for ureteric stones (10 males & 3

females ) and five (17.9% ) patients due to traumatic causes , four (14.3%) patients due to pyelolithotomy

, three (10.7%) patients PNL for removal of renal stone. The complications rare which ranged from fever

postoperatively in nine patients (32.1%), two patients (7.1%) suffered from ureteric injury thatmandate

double J insertion , three patients (10.7%) required more than two sessions to clear the ureter & remove of

retained double J.

Author Biography

Omar Mahmood Shakir1 ; Dhia A.Kareem2 ; Ameel Farooq Al Shawi3 , Wafaa Khalel Ibrahim4

1 College of Medicine, University of Fallujah, Urosurgeon, AL-Fallujah teaching hospital ,Iraq; 2Urosurgeon,

AL-Ramadi teaching hospital, Iraq, 3Department of Community & Family Medicine, College of Medicine,

University of Fallujah, Iraq; 4Department of pathology, College of Medicine, University of Anbar, Iraq

Published

2020-07-24

How to Cite

Omar Mahmood Shakir1 ; Dhia A.Kareem2 ; Ameel Farooq Al Shawi3 , Wafaa Khalel Ibrahim4. (2020). Treatment of Retained DJ(neglected DJ) in AL-Anbar Government, A Postconfict Study. Medico Legal Update, 20(3), 1171-1178. https://doi.org/10.37506/mlu.v20i3.1560

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