Shigemi Kawamura, Takashi Kurosawa, Kazuo Noro, Kouji Seino, Hiroyuki Koike, Isao Fujizuka, Tomoaki Fujioka, Takashi Kubo, Tsutomu Ohori
1992 The Japanese Journal of Urology  
A 70-year-old man had a history of total laryngectomy for laryngeal cancer and bilateral inguinal hernia repair 5 years previously. The patient had suffered from difficulty with urination since then and had been treated for prostatic hypertrophy at our department. He developed microscopic hematuria from June 1991, and was admitted because a bladder tumor was detected by cystoscopy. Cystography showed a scrotal bladder hernia with filling defects in the bladder per se and the bladder hernia as
more » ... ll. Cystoscopy revealed tumors in the hernia and in the vicinity of the ureteral orifice. Biopsy indicated transitional cell carcinoma. Voiding cystourethrography showed normal urination and no residual urine. Excision of the tumor-containing hernia, partial cystectomywith right ureteral orifice, and reconstruction of the right inguinal canal were performed on October 25, 1991. The postoperative course was favorable and he was discharged on the 40th postoperative day. The tumors were respectively stage as TCC, G1, and pTla, and TCC, G1>G2, and pTlb. Thirty five cases of bladder hernia that have been reported in Japan. Eight cases of accompanied by cancer have been reported in Japanese (3 cases) and foreign (5 cases) literatures. These are reviewed and discussed.
doi:10.5980/jpnjurol1989.83.1334 pmid:1405172 fatcat:q7tlcucm4fd27oq52je5pnjy4y