INCIDENTAL FINDINGS OF POLYPOID CYSTITIS IN A 6-YEAR OLD CHILD WITHOUT ANY HISTORY OF LOWER URINARY TRACT SYMPTOMS AND PREVIOUS URINARY CATHETERIZATION

Authors

  • Basit Masood Shifa International hospital Islamabad.Pakistan.
  • Waqas Iqbal ConsultantUrology. Shifa International hospital Islamabad.Pakistan.
  • Nadeem Iqbal Department of Urology. Shifa International hospital Islamabad.Pakistan.
  • Ijaz Hussain Consultant pediatric Urology. Shifa International hospital Islamabad.Pakistan.
  • Anwar Ul Haq Consultant pediatric surgery. Shifa International hospital Islamabad.Pakistan.
  • Usama Rehman Pathology department.Shifa International hospital Islamabad.Pakistan.
  • Asna Haroon Pathology department.Shifa International hospital Islamabad.Pakistan.
  • Faheemullah Khan Radiology Department. Hyat abad Medical Complex, Peshawar.
  • Daud Iqbal Regsitrar Cardiology ,Ayub teaching hosital.
  • Aisha Hasan Faculty Avecenna Medical College,Lahore.

Abstract

A 6-year-old boy presented to ER with acute pain in right iliac fossa without any history of lower urinary tract symptoms, haematuria and urinary catheterization. Ultrasound showed loculated cystic area in pelvis with non-visualized appendix. A CT scan abdomen and pelvis revealed loculated, multi-septated cystic lesion in right hemipelvis thought to be a collection from possible appendicular inflammation / perforation. The laboratory findings revealed raised CRP and normal urine routine examination and culture. Exploratory laparotomy revealed cystic urinary bladder growth involving dome with normal appendix, partial cystectomy was done. Histopathology confirmed polypoid cystitis with no evidence of malignancy. This is a very rare presentation of polypoidal cystitis, not previously reported in literature.

Author Biography

Basit Masood, Shifa International hospital Islamabad.Pakistan.

Post graduate trainee urology at shifa international hospital Islamabad,Pakistan.

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2020-07-17

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