İntravezikal yabancı cisimler gerçekten nadir görülür. Mesaneye yabancı cisim uygulama nedenlerinden olan selfotoerotizm, üretradan iatrojenik olarak yabancı cismin migrasyonuyla olmaktadır. Bu durum, mesaneye ve mesane etrafındaki organlara zarar vererek ciddi bağırsak ve ürogenital komplikasyonlara neden olabilir. Olgu sunumumuzda, 42 yaşında self-otoerotizm için göz kalemini kullanan ve göz kalemini üretra aracılığıyla mesaneye penetre eden ve suçluluk duygusu nedeniyle yanlış anamnez veren bir kadın hastayı literatür eşliğinde sunuyoruz
Intravesical foreign objects in bladder are really seen rarely. Most of the time, the reasons of insertions of the foreign body are self-autoerotism to iatrogenic urological procedures, migration from surrounding organs or trauma. It can damage the bladder and may result in several urogenital and bowel complications. Herein, we present a case in a 42- year-old female with an eyeliner pencil self-introduced into the urethra with successfully removal of eyeliner from bladder despite to the anamnesis given involuntarily due to embarrassment, guilt and humiliation.
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