Lahouda J (1), Fong V (1), Rajendran S (2), Tsea V (1).
(1) Dept of Urology, Concord Hosp, Sydney, Australia, (2) Dept of Vascular Surgery, Concord Hosp, Sydney, Australia.
Urology Case Reports
Following failed retrograde and antegrade ureteric stenting, a 35-year-old male patient underwent an elective boari flap for marked proximal hydroureteronephrosis due to a periureteric mass in the right iliac fossa. Intraoperative vascular surgical assistance was required for control of arterial bleeding due to friable vessel wall. Histopathology demonstrated desmoid fibromatosis.