There are reports that a variety of foreign bodies were inserted into urogenital tracts and urologists have been facing this issue for many years. Foreign bodies in the bladder may be attributed to self-infliction, iatrogenic issues, or migration from other adjacent organs. In children, curiosity and playfulness may be the primary motives for inserting objects into the urethra.
Here, a case report of a 19-year-old boy who inserted a wire (telephone cable) into his bladder is presented. Under general anesthesia, the cystoscopy was performed and using grasper the cable was removed from the bladder of the patient. He was discharged a day after with just a few irritative symptoms. At the time of discharge, the patient’s parents were advised for psychiatric consultation.
The foreign body of the bladder in patients can happen in a patient with a mental health disorder. To diagnose through pelvic radiograph plays a crucial role in the diagnosis of the disease.
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