Coaptite injection

Case contributed by Jayanth Keshavamurthy
Diagnosis certain


Patient with prior hysterectomy and stress incontinence,

Patient Data

Age: 65 years
Gender: Female

What other procedure do you...


What other procedure do you think she had?

Findings of Coaptite injection for urinary stress incontinence,

Differential diagnosis is calcified calculus in an urethral diverticulum.

Case Discussion

This demonstrates how important the surgical history is, in not calling this a calculus in an incidental urethral diverticulum.

See some complications of this coaptite injection,produced by Boston scientific are

Infection, urethral prolapse, etc.

Where are other locations coaptite injections used? Fecal incontinence and VUR.

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