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Research Article

Our Experience with Iatrogenic Ureteric Injuries among Women Presenting to University College Hospital, Ibadan: A Call to Action on Trigger Factors

Table 2

Clinical features.

VariablesFrequency (n)Percentage

Duration of leakage
 >6 months0633.3
 6 months–<1 year0633.3
 >1 year0633.3
Affected ureter
 Left ureter1266.7
 Right ureter0527.8
 Both015.6
Antecedent surgery before injury
 Emergency caesarean section1261.1
 Abdominal hysterectomy0422.2
 Vaginal hysterectomy015.6
 Destructive operation015.6
Indication for antecedent surgery
 Prolonged obstructed labour1150.0
 Symptomatic uterine fibroid0211.1
 Uterine prolapse015.6
 Endometrial cancer015.6
 Abortion015.6
 CIN015.6
 Failed VBAC015.6
Hospital setting of antecedent surgery
 Private1244.4
 General025.6
 Tertiary0422.2
Anaesthesia
 General anaesthesia0316.7
 Subarachnoid block1161.1
 Epidural block0422.2
Type of repair
 Ureteroneocystostomy1794.4
 Boari’s flap010.56
Complications ()
 Wound infection0666.8
 URTI0111.1
 UTI0111.1

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