A double J stent misplaced in the inferior vena cava during
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Double J (DJ) stents are very commonly used in urology. If used judiciously, stenting does not cause major complications. Endovascular migration of DJ stents is very rare. We report an unusual case of a DJ stent that was misplaced into the suprarenal portion of the inferior vena cava (IVC) during a Boari flap procedure.A 30-year-old lady underwent a Boari flap repair for post-hysterectomy mid-ureteric stricture. The upper end of the double J stent inserted during the procedure was misplaced in the supra-renal inferior venal cava. Cystoscopic stent removal could be performed uneventfully, while the stricture was managed by endoureterotomy...

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