Urethrovaginal Fistula Following Vaginal Prolapse of a Pedunculated Uterine Myoma: A Case Report
Urethrovaginal fistulas are usually secondary to vaginal foreign body or to gynaecological surgery. The authors hereby present a case of an urethrovaginal fistula that occurred in a woman with vaginal prolapse of a pedunculated myoma. The fistula was successfully repaired. The authors recommend the urgent management of a vaginally prolapsed uterine fibroid to reduce the risk of urethrovaginal fistula formation.