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Table 1 Surgical interventions related to the current medical problem in patient’s medical records

From: Recurrent symphysitis culminating in pelvic ring fracture after hyperextended transurethral prostate resection and vaporization with symphysis erosion: a case report

Nr Date Indication Procedure Findings Complications Comments
1 10/2011 Subvesical obstruction TUR-prostate
(performed in external institution)
Resection of 29 g benign prostate adenoma tissue None Operation time: 45 min Sufficient functional results in the short-term follow-up. Primary recovery
2 02/2016 1. Recurrent subvesical obstruction
2. Suspicious bladder formation left bladder wall
1. Transurethral electrovaporization and resection of the prostate
2. Resection of suspicious bladder formation (both procedures performed in external institution)
1. Obstruction cleared by resection and vaporization of 18 g residual adenoma (sonography), resected weight 4 g
2. Histologic exclusion of bladder cancer
Postoperative urinary retention and subsequent insertion of suprapubic catheter (day 5 postoperation) Operation time: 55 min
Primary recovery, suspicious resected bladder formation not close to the bladder neck/anterior bladder wall
3 06/2016 Suspicion of necrotic area and possible carcinoma formation in prostate capsule Diagnostic urethrocystoscopy, cystography, transurethral resection of the ventral part of the prostate capsule Detection of an erosion in ventral part of resected prostate, exclusion of mesh erosion, necrotic tissue, histological exclusion of carcinoma, detection of tissue of an osseous nature at the base of erosion zone None Primary recovery
4 08/2016 Abscess formation Incision and debridement of a right-side inguinal/periscrotal abscess Abscess formation   Primary recovery
5 10/2016 Fistula prostate capsule/symphysis Open excision of prostate fistula and coverage with bladder flap Fistulation   Primary recovery, no recurrent fistula during 6 months of follow-up
  1. TUR transurethral resection